Your dissertation will be a significant piece of research that you’ll devise over the course of your second year, then collect material on over the summer months, and write-up as a final project report in your third year.
Then, with plenty of support from us, you’ll spend a significant chunk of time really getting to grips with it.
During the third year, you’ll regularly meet with an academic who shares your interests to help you in preparing what is, in many instances, ends up being a really valuable and interesting contribution to knowledge.
(Mark 66) These final year projects achieved a mark of a high first: Electric Cars: Investigation into consumer attitudes in the UK car industry Exploring Social Perceptions of Women Leaders at Work: How does the Double Bind of Appearance and Personality Impact Women’s Opportunities to make it to the Top?
Studying the relationship between online behaviour and learning preferences, using the Internet Addiction Test and the Index of Learning Styles Dressed to Disrupt: Motivations Behind Millennial Women Consuming Feminist Fashion Is thin no longer ‘in’?
Listed below are some of the best examples of research projects and dissertations from undergraduate and taught postgraduate students at the University of Leeds We have not been able to gather examples from all schools.
Dissertation Ideas Geography
The module requirements for research projects may have changed since these examples were written.
To what extent should Costa Rica's tourism strategy be imitated by Nicaragua?
(Mark 68) An Investigative Study into the Effects of Price and Non-Price Oriented TV Advertising on Generation Z Consumers’ Purchase Intentions.
This is also a chance for you to fully develop some of the skills that employers are looking for, including project management, personal tenacity, critical thinking skills and report writing.
Saying you've done an excellent dissertation looks really great on a CV.