Dissertation archive The School retains a number of undergraduate dissertations each year for learning and teaching purposes. The School retains a number of undergraduate dissertations each year for use in teaching and learning, and to celebrate the excellent quality of our students' research activities.
A third of your final year’s study will consist of a dissertation on a topic of your choice in classics. You will also choose two Greek and two Latin honours courses. Programme structure. Find out more about the compulsory and optional courses in this degree programme.
A dissertation should form a continuous argument about the topic, subdivided into distinct chapters or sections, and preceded by an introduction outlining the aim, structure, question or argument the dissertation is pursuing, and the materials and methods used.The database consists of two parts: China Doctoral Dissertations and China Masters’ Theses. They contain thousands of such texts from higher education institutions and research institutes in China since 1984, in the broad subject areas in arts, humanities and social sciences, including art, literature, language, history, philosophy, military affairs, law, education, economics and management.ERA is a digital repository of original research produced at The University of Edinburgh. The archive contains documents written by, or affiliated with, academic authors, or units, based at Edinburgh that have sufficient quality to be collected and preserved by the Library, but which are not controlled by commercial publishers.
The Degree Regulations and Programmes of Study provides information on the programmes of study offered by the University of Edinburgh, and sets out the regulatory framework by which these are governed, together with the regulations and codes that govern the general context of a student’s academic career at the University.Read More
Advice and guidelines on the Part II thesis option will be available to students in the Part II Thesis Advice document accessed via the Faculty’s Moodle site. A selection of samples of good work of Part II dissertations is available for perusal from the Classics library issue desk.Read More
How Classics dissertation edinburgh helps in stem cell research paper? Bachelor of science in construction engineering and technology, it simultaneously unifies and diversifies people and try to change this traditional model the effective practices they believe about education, its purpose ability to comprehend the story.Read More
These lists, generated from information self-reported by Ph.D.-granting institutions to the SCS office, show the in-progress and completed dissertations being undertaken in Classics graduate departments across the United States. The list is as current as the data most recently received into the SCS office. If you do not see your department represented or if you have.Read More
The authors and The University of Edinburgh retain the right to reproduce and publish these dissertations for non-commercial purposes. Permission is granted for these dissertations to be reproduced by others for non-commercial purposes as long as this copyright notice is reprinted in full in any reproduction.Read More
My doctoral thesis - completed in 2011 - was awarded the Cambridge History Faculty's Prince Consort and Thirlwall Prize, and Seeley Medal for the best dissertation across all periods. Shortly after finishing my PhD, I took up a position as a Departmental Lecturer in Modern European History in the Faculty of History and Balliol College, Oxford.Read More
It is unfortunately not possible for the University of Edinburgh to lend Master's theses to individuals or to make them available through Inter-Library Loan. However, copies can be examined in person, although those intending to visit are advised to make a prior appointment with: The Postgraduate Secretary, Institute of Geography.Read More
A lengthy, formal treatise, especially one written by a candidate for the doctoral degree at a university; a thesis. n 1. a written thesis, often based. Dissertation - definition of dissertation by The Free Dictionary.Read More
MSc Dissertation Library. The online Dissertation Library holds First Class dissertations, work-based placement reports, analytical reports, and other variants on the academic dissertation from all postgraduate degrees in the School, including all taught and research MScs and the MSW.Read More
The criteria for obtaining the degree are that the dissertation represents a 'substantial contribution to knowledge', and that it also represents a realistic amount of work for three years' study. Candidates work closely with their supervisor, a senior member of the Classics Faculty (see the list of Faculty members and their research interests), and also have a secondary supervisor.Read More