Writing and Structuring your Thesis
The Graduate School is running a workshop on Writing and Structuring your Thesis on the 2nd of May from 13:15 to 14:45 . This is part of the – Getting Started 1 Development Day – the workshop will take place in Pytchley, PY101, Park Campus, near the student center. Lunch and refreshments are provided so, if you would like some lunch before your session, please come along a bit earlier ( lunch time is 12:30-13:15).
If you wish to attend please book using Gateway.
By the end of this workshop you will:
- understand how research theses are structured within your own discipline and in other fields
- be aware of the University regulations relating to this (and why they are so few in number
- have learned some effective approaches to academic writing
The aims of this session are to introduce research students to the typical formats used in writing and structuring MPhil and PhD research theses and to consider good practice in effective academic writing.
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