dissertation structure sample
• Explored, e.g. case studies, interviews, field observation
A practical dissertation includes both descriptive and analytical writing. Make sure you are clear about the differences between them.
Please read about the annotations (PDF) to help you make the most of the two examples.
Listed below are some of the best examples of research projects and dissertations from undergraduate and taught postgraduate students at the University of Leeds
The Dissertation Template includes:
- Table of contents with hyperlinks to particular chapters
- Page numbering (including roman numeral front matter)
- Reference examples
- Average word count per section
- Chapters 1-5 guidelines
- APA 6th Edition formatting
- Automatic Bookmarks (clickable to section)
- Definition of terms
On March 18 2010, the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Graduate Council endorsed new guidelines for structure and format of UBC theses and dissertations that were more flexible than the previous structures of either a traditional or a manuscript-based thesis.These guidelines have now been amended to focus on the academic criteria describing a thesis, leaving the choice of how to structure the content to the student and supervisory committee. In particular, the guidelines now describe the elements that must be taken into consideration when including published material in a thesis, without mandating a structure for inclusion. This clearly allows for creation of manuscript-based theses provided the academic criteria are met.
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