Undergraduate & Postgraduate life
A section focused for the last years of undergraduate life as well as postgraduate life for those pursuing an MSc programme. Hints on how to write a good dissertation and experiences from other 4th years students in their final years as well as master students.
It’s that time of the year where MSc students around the world start thinking about their marketing dissertation topics. In this post I provide some guidance on how to find a topic for your marketing dissertation.
Are you struggling with your ontology, epistemology and methodology? Professors Kevin O’Gorman and Robert Macintosh provide their top then hints to get some clarity on your ologies.
When you begin writing for research you’ll need to get to grips with some challenging academic language. In particular, you need to get on top of three very important concepts: Ontology, Epistemology and Methodology.
Are you at that stage in your dissertation or research project where you are considering using mixed-methods? Here are ten hints on how to conduct mixed methods research.
Are you struggling to put together your conceptual framework? Dr Babak Taheri gives you 10 tips on developing a conceptual framework in quantitative studies.
Being offered the chance to go and live abroad for a year is something that the majority of students would jump at. The offer of new experiences and opportunities is something that you would be silly to turn down. However, what should you consider before moving abroad?
Are you about to enter university? Here are our top ten tips to get you into university.
If you’re wondering whether it’s a good idea to get your dissertation published, the answer is a no brainer: Yes, definitely. Although I will say this, you should be prepared to invest a lot of time and be dedicated enough to do it.
Jessica Doyle is a Postgraduate student at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, studying for an MSc in International...
Professors Robert Macintosh and Kevin O’Gorman give their Top 10 hints of your Methodology section.