Writing a PhD proposal is one of the most important things
(behind your PhD thesis) that you will have to complete in your
educational lifetime. Remember that PhD
proposals are never wholly binding, as they can (and they often
do) change as your research progresses.
PhD proposals however help you to work out how well you have
researched the proposed subject of study, who is the best and
most appropriate supervisor for your PhD studentship; and shows
the supervisor roughly how you are going to tackle the PhD
So this is why you
should talk to your University department in advance, as
academic supervisors are actively encouraged to help you
prepare for a proposal in advance.
start writing a PhD research proposal, it's a wise idea to do
some research on what others have done first and to formulate a
clear statement of the problem that you are interested in
A targeted proposal with a clear statement and offering
possible solutions tends to be easier to write than open ended
A good PhD proposal should answer the following
1. What do I propose to do in my research?
2. Who else might have done research similar to mine, and what
exactly did they do?
3. How is this research going to be carried out?
4. Why is this research going to be important to the academic
You should look at spending about two thirds of page
answering and writing on each of the questions mentioned above
in your PhD proposal.
Now that you can see what goes into a writing a PhD proposal,
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