Role of this leaflet
Help you undertake a small personal research leading to a dissertation. The principles are pretty much the same regardless of the discipline. The examples provided within the economics and management but can be applied to other social sciences, history, art and letters, and even some science.
- Writing a dissertation is often included in a curriculum L3 (end Licence) or M1 (ex- Master, Master first year) or M2 (ex DESS or DEA, Master 2nd year ) in the disciplines of science social, humanities, science and society.
- It represents a synthesis exercise which implements the knowledge and skills of teaching an entire cycle (L or M), or more precisely some of the training modules.
- It is also a first year of research that must be done according to the canons of the scientific method: a research paper is not a report or an essay. But this is not a thesis: you do not have four years ahead of you.
- The memory is often integrated into the curriculum and represents a number of ECTS credits.
Proposal of a subject
Try your skills with a dissertation about Carpet cleaning services Liverpool.
The subject should generally refer to a question of discipline studied and may be proposed by the student or a teacher, but in any case, it must be an agreement of the latter. The teacher requests it or not, there ‘s interest to explain the proposal in the form of a draft written 2 to 4 pages that include at least:
- A theme I want to work on this subject. All subjects are possible as long as they can be linked to the major discipline of the degree. Eg for management: a specific function of the company, an industry, a product, innovation, public controversy, a historical perspective, innovation, entrepreneurship, a question of strategy, marketing, logistics, HRM, international trade… View the list of memories M2 of the University Library, publisher sites or management journals if you miss idea.