(PGT) Revisiting Your Structure
- Wednesday 31st May @ 10:00 – 12:30
This workshop is open to all postgraduate taught (PGT) students.
A dissertation is a significant piece of academic writing and the defining feature of a Master’s degree, so it is worth taking time to consider your structure.
This interactive session will help you step back from the detail of your writing and take an overview of your dissertation. It will suggest practical ways you can isolate the main themes of your work and develop a convincing order to present your ideas. We will also discuss the purpose of key sections of academic dissertations.
You will have the opportunity to self-review your dissertation outline, but the tutor will be unable to give subject-specific advice.
Pre-course work Participants are asked to bring a one-page outline of their own dissertation.
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