This section is a list of all the references that have been referred to in the proposal.
Your research proposal will be used by the Higher Degree Research Director and potential supervisors to assess the quality and originality of your ideas, and the overall feasibility of your research project.
A key part of your application for a research degree is the research proposal.
Different faculties have different requirements for the thesis proposal.
This section is a broad outline of the methodology you plan to use including: This section outlines the resources required for the project.
This section should summarise the steps and approximate timing within a six-monthly schedule over the number of years of candidature for your degree.You should list any potential supervisors in your research proposal.You should nominate academics who you would like to work with on the project.Some faculties will require a longer proposal — contact the faculty for further advice.This should be a clear description of your proposed research project.You should identify the methods you will use to achieve the project aims and demonstrate that the project is feasible in the available candidature time.What do you expect to discover, prove, demonstrate, analyse, test, investigate or examine at the conclusion of your research?You should be writing regularly to have your proposal completed by the due date.This can vary from the first 3-9 months of your candidature.You should identify a potential supervisor and contact them to discuss your research proposal.Ideally, the project will be of mutual interest and the supervisor will be able to provide input into the design, scope and feasibility of your research project.