The following remarks are intended to help those applying for a place to study for the Ph D, as well as those applying for a place on one of the Faculty’s MPhil courses.They are also intended to help with subsequent applications to funding bodies.
It needs to give those assessing your application an impression of the strength and originality of your proposed research, and its potential to make a contribution to knowledge.
It should be written in clear, jargon-free, and unexceptionable prose.
MPhil - American Literature MPhil - Criticism and Culture MPhil - 18th Century and Romantic MPhil MPhil - Medieval MPhil - Renaissance Ph D 1 Ph D 2 Ph D 3 Ph D 4 It is vital that you show that your research is necessary. You should make clear that it will be of use and interest to others working in your field, or on a particular author, or indeed in neighbouring fields.
You should show how your work will make a contribution to knowledge and to the practice of our subject.
Title: Choose a title for your project that reflects your research question in one succinct phrase. You may find it useful to review some thesis titles in your research area in the UWA Research Repository.