In this session, we will discuss the expectations for research proposals and their essential elements. We’ll unpack each of these and look at various examples.
Bring a draft of your proposal for the opportunity to discuss it and benefit from peer review of some of the following: your thesis title (more important than you might think!), your research questions/aims, and the significance of your study.
By the end of this seminar, you will better understand:
- The purpose and expectations of the Research Proposal Review
- The main elements required in a research proposal
- The function of each research proposal section
- What a good example of a research proposal looks like
Who is this for:
Early stage HDR candidates