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What is the Final Year Project? A working title and a brief description of your intended Project should be submitted when requested so that an allocation can be made to the most appropriate tutor. After your first consultation with your tutor, you may need to refine or to redefine your chosen subject area to ensure that it is manageable and feasible for an undergraduate student.
She or he may well know some of the specialist literature base that you intend to access and may be able to give you some advice and guidance along the way. However, it is not uncommon that students pick a subject area which accesses a wide range of literature with which the tutor is not familiar - but this does not mean that your tutor is not able to offer sound, general advice on project planning and writing.
It is not always a good idea to pick a subject about which you feel passionately, as there is a danger that the project can become polemical rather than analytical. Why is it important? The Project counts as a double module at Level 3 and hence contributes heavily to the classification of your degree.
Under the rules that apply to the classification of all degrees within KAC, then if your final average is very close to the boundary for a classification higher than that suggested by the raw average e.
In the example shown above, for example, you would not be considered for an Upper Second Class classification 2: Your Project indicates your abilities to select, research and then present a substantial piece of work that displays your intellectual abilities to the full.
A well-written project is a useful document to display to a potential employer when you enter the labour market.
In any case, the skills that you will have deployed are particularly useful should you wish to undertake work for a higher degree at Masters or at PhD level. What subject may I choose? You may choose a subject which is drawn primarily from one of the contributing Business Studies disciplines such as Human Resource Management or from a combination of disciplines.
Whatever subject is chosen, the Project should reflect the fact that you have acquired a particular knowledge base and academic skills and should be a showcase of the ways in which you can demonstrate such skills.
The Project is an independent piece of work which allows the student the opportunity to apply theoretical perspectives to business problems or to undertake work in real depth on a business studies problem in which they are interested.
Many students take the opportunity to undertake some empirical work in their Project by undertaking a small-scale survey and in this case it is particularly important to receive the advice of tutors to ensure that what you intend to undertake is feasible and methodologically sound.
How do I get started? The golden rule for an undergraduate Project is that it must be located in a literature base. This means that if the literature does not exist as the emergent problem may be extremely topical then it will be difficult to conduct a Project in this area.
So it is important to read quite widely around the area to locate a starting point for the project. Often you will find that a good starting point is the relevant chapter for a comprehensive and up-to-date textbook in one of the Business Studies disciplines.
You should also undertake more specialised literature searches using the resources of libraries, particularly CD-ROMS and the entire resources of the Internet. What happens when I first meet my allocated tutor? In the last analysis, the project is your own and you must be prepared to take ownership of it and be prepared to defend every word that you have written.
Although your tutor may not be as acquainted with the specialist literature base as you are, the advice that is given is not to be disregarded lightly.
The tutor may well suggest particular lines of enquiry that you should consider very carefully - but in the last analysis, what is offered is advice and not instructions as to how to undertake your project. How do I plan out what I intend to do? It is always a good plan before you meet your tutor to come along armed with the following information: A title and suggested plan for your project.
This could well be in the form of your anticipated chapter headings say Ch.Published: Mon, 5 Dec Within this assignment I will critically reflect on my clinical knowledge to date and consider my future development needs with a focus on my final management placement and future career as a registered nurse.
Using Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle (or Gibbs’ Reflective Model) Gibbs’ reflective cycle is a theoretical model often used by students as a framework in coursework assignments that require reflective writing.
The model was created by Professor Graham Gibbs and appeared in Learning by Doing (). It looks like this. Final Year Projects. Overview 1. What is the Final Year Project?
2. Why is it important? 3. What subject may I choose? 4. How do I get started? 5. What happens when I first meet my allocated tutor? 6. How do I plan out what I intend to do? 7. How much tutorial support may I expect to receive?. A new article by Hal Hodson on the search for MH was today published in the The Economist, and gives more details surrounding Ocean Infinity and its exploration urbanagricultureinitiative.com article discloses that: Host vessel Seabed Constructor, owned by Swire and under lease by Ocean Infinity (OI), has been fitted with eight underwater autonomous vehicles (AUVs) for the search.
Reflective practice is the ability to reflect on one's actions so as to engage in a process of continuous learning. According to one definition it involves "paying critical attention to the practical values and theories which inform everyday actions, by examining practice reflectively and reflexively.
The UKCC’s reports that Fitness to Practice () reaffirmed support for the idea of reflection declaring that student nurses should be able to demonstrate critical awareness and reflective practice.
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