A good dissertation will:
- Have a clear objective, based on a well worked out thesis or central -question.
- be well planned and widely researched.
- show that the student has a good grasp of relevant concepts and is able to apply these in their own work.
- Include analysis, critical evaluation and discussion, rather than simple description.
- Contain consistent and correct referencing.
- Be structured and expressed in an appropriate academic way.
- Show your tutors that you have learnt something on the course and have been able to use this to produce a well argued extended piece of academic work.
A Dissertation formate Guide
- Title Page
- Table of contents
- List of tables (if any)
- List of Abbreviations (if any)
- Literature Review
- Finds – either a certain number of chapters or an extended essay which has clearly identified sectors