University of Brighton Dissertation Guidelines

By | 27th April 2017

University of Brighton Dissertation Guidelines

University of Brighton Dissertation Guidelines, Studying at university isn’t just about lecturers transmitting knowledge to students; it’s about students and staff working in partnership to produce new knowledge through collaborative research, discussion and debate.

Writing a dissertation is an exciting and challenging opportunity to explore and research an issue or topic of particular interest and to be involved in the advancement of understanding in that field of study. This might seem daunting at times but you will have support from a supervisor or tutor to answer your questions and guide you through the process. The following pages are aimed at supporting you to research and write a fantastic dissertation.

Dissertations and theses can be invaluable sources of information for your studies.

Dissertations are extended essays or projects completed for undergraduate or M level postgraduate qualifications.  A thesis is a work completed for an MPhil or doctorate (PhD, EdDoc, etc.)

Some theses go on to be published by academic publishers but many do not.  For this reason, you may need to use specific resources to find and access them.  These resources are included on this page.

Other sources of theses