Service Description

Dissertation Topic and Outline will consist of 500 words (1,000 for an Extended version). More information is available here. The extended outline will be different in terms of depth of analysis.

See samples of Standard (black) and Extended (black and blue) Dissertation topics and outlines here. By using the colour, we have indicated the difference between both versions.

Your job will be to produce a detailed outline of the dissertation, taking into account all the client’s requirements.

The client will do one of the following:

  • suggest his own dissertation topic
  • select from a database of prepared topics (which will be available from our website)
  • request several custom-written topics

Once the topic is confirmed you will need to create a custom-made outline of the dissertation, including the following:

  1. A suitable structure for the dissertation, taking into account all of the client’s requirements
  2. Write down an outline of the dissertation incorporating:
    1. Research aims and research questions
    2. Areas to be covered in the literature review
    3. Research methods suitable for the client’s dissertation
    4. Appropriate data collection methods
    5. Data analysis suggestions
    6. Summarise and outline the value of the proposed research

Sometimes clients will provide additional requirements which should also be incorporated.

As an add-on, we will also be offering custom-made reference lists. In the reference list you will need to provide a list of sources, and each and every one should be relevant to the client’s dissertation topic. These should include academic articles, books, market reports, etc. We will be offering three reference list options of 10, 20 or 30 sources.

Delivery

Once you confirm you will undertake the work, it should be delivered to us within 36 hours maximum. However, as always, we always appreciate quicker deliveries.

Dissertation Topic and Outline Requirements

When completing a Dissertation Topic and Outline you will need to ensure the following:

Standard (500 words) Dissertation Topic and Outline

  • Clearly outline the topic of the dissertation and provide brief justification of the topic.
  • Suggest a clear dissertation structure.
  • Outline the research aims and briefly outline possible research objectives/questions.
  • List subject areas to be covered in the literature review and provide brief justification.
  • Suggest appropriate methodology, research philosophy, research approach, sampling and data collection methods.
  • Provide data analysis suggestions (e.g., use SPSS and do ANOVA analysis and Descriptive statistics).
  • Summarise and outline the value of the proposed research.

Extended (1,000 words) Dissertation Topic and Outline

  • Clearly outline the dissertation topic and provide in-depth justification of the topic.
  • Suggest a clear dissertation structure.
  • Outline the research aim and list two or three research objectives/questions. Provide justification.
  • List subject areas to be covered in the literature review. Provide detailed justification.
  • Suggest appropriate methodology, research philosophy, research approach, sampling and data collection methods. Provide justification of each.
  • Provide data analysis suggestions (e.g., use SPSS and do ANOVA analysis and descriptive statistics). Provide justification.
  • Summarise and outline the value of the proposed research.
  • Provide reference list of at least five sources.

If the client requests customisation in the order form – please ensure that you do it. If you are unable to fulfil any requirement, please let us know before you commence the work.

Reference Lists

By default, a reference list is not required to accompany the Standard Dissertation Topic and Outline. However, if you do include one, this will add value to your work and raise the chances of the client coming back to order a full dissertation, resulting in more work and additional fees for you. When writing the Extended Dissertation Topic and Outline you must provide at least five references.

If the client has ordered a separate reference list you will need to provide it. Please ensure that every source you supply is highly relevant to the client’s topic. Do not provide general sources (e.g., Armstrong, M. (2003) A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice, 9th Edn., Kogan Page). Instead provide a specific source, which matches the client’s topic (e.g., Klaas, B.S. (2003) “Professional Employer Organisations and Their Role in Small and Medium Enterprises: The Impact of HR Outsourcing”, Entrepreneurship theory and practice, Fall, pp. 43–61).

When providing a reference list you need to provide the minimum amount requested by the client (e.g., 10, 20 or 30 sources).

17/01/2018