The most important task that you will undertake in your PhD research project is the analysis of data. The integrity and rigour of your research is utterly dependent on getting the analysis right and it will be intensely scrutinised by the external examiners.
If you get through the internal assessment which takes place 12-15 months after initial registration onto a doctoral programme, then 12-15 months after that, or 24-26 months into your PhD, you will have to undergo an internal evaluation.
The main difference between inductive and deductive approaches to research is that whilst a deductive approach is aimed and testing theory, an inductive approach is concerned with the generation of new theory emerging from the data.
London College of Fashion (LCF) is to host the final discussion around race equality in creative higher education and creative practice on March 7, bringing to a close the series of college debates organised by Shades of Noir. The debates aimed to stimulate broad
A new OECD report PISA In Focus 2013/02, suggests that socio-economic disadvantage is not necessarily a precursor to poor academic performance and effective policies can lead to greater equity in education. In an ideal world, students from disadvantaged backgrounds