Developing Research Proposal

Students will develop competence in assessing the validity of the published literature, determining the gaps in the evidence and developing a feasible study design that complies with the principles underpinning responsible research practice.

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Normally for this step you are on your own, or perhaps might have some input from colleagues in your research group.

What you should do is gather a list of your most promising ideas and then think about developing those ideas into proposals or identifying funders who might be interested in funding your idea.

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Please read the important information contained in the disclaimer.View the guidance on how to write your Ph D by published work research proposal.You are encouraged to contact us to discuss the availability of supervision in your area of research before you make a formal application, by visiting our areas of research.The completed proposal must be logged in at OPAS with 5 days lead time to the sponsor deadline; see Five Day Proposal Submission Procedure for details.See “Review and Submission” for details on the complete submission process.A key part of your application is your research proposal.Whether you are applying for a self-funded or studentship you should follow the guidance below.You should be able to outline each idea on one side of A4 paper and this will be a useful tool in communicating your idea.Read the call and the eligibility criteria carefully It's important to understand what can be funded and what can't on a particular call.However, the publisher has asked for the customary Creative Commons attribution to the original publisher, authors, title, and book URI to be removed.Additionally, per the publisher's request, their name has been removed in some passages.


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