Date post: 2017-11-08 06:36
Professional universities demand that before carrying out the research project or dissertation, the researcher submits a research proposal. The purpose of the research proposal is to convince the research committee that the researcher has chosen the topic after great consideration, carried out sufficient preliminary reading on the topic, possesses sound information of the issues involved and is capable of providing broad details of the area under investigation.
Methodology: Methodology section gives the details of how the student will carry out the proposed research. Here, student needs to provide information on data required, process of data collection, various possible data sources, data analysis, methods and techniques to be applied and research presentation.
A. The leading research Question that I propose to pursue is: Was Japanese-American internment during World War II right? Ethical? Justifiable? Was it the correct solution to the problem?
Mention any ethical issues the research will give rise to and how you intend to handle them. Also write how you would be avoiding plagiarism.
You can summarise what you know of the existing literature in this area, perhaps identifying where it does and does not provide enlightenment on what you are interested in.
I completed my Masters degree in Haematology and blood transfusion from the a Nigerian University
I want to pursue a PhD in Haematology from either a UK university or any other foreign University. I need your assistance in writing a successful PhD proposal. I equally need your help with such a University. My area of interest is coagulation/thrombosis . thanks for your help.
Before starting any long term or complicated task, it is wise that we make a rough plan or a map which will guide us throughout the course of the job. In the same way, before the commencement of our research, we need to devote time and think logically on the area of our research and how we are going to go about it.
A key indicator of the work of much research is whether it is of publishable quality. You might like to give some consideration at this stage as to what sorts of things might be publishable and where you would like them to appear. This is especially important if you wish to pursue a career as an academic in a UK university.
Timeline: Usually most PhDs take three or more years, but this section contains detailed time table for the project, such as, time spent on literature review, primary and secondary data collection, data analysis, writing and presentation.
Requirements vary from one education establishment to another, but the general structure of a proposal looks as following: