While Semester 2 has at times been challenging and stressful, it has also been a positive learning curve and filled with beautiful memories. Here is what to expect!
A Company Sponsored Dissertation (CSD) can be a brilliant capstone to top off your year with UEBS. By working with a client on a real business problem, you can showcase what you’ve learnt over the past year in a practical setting. Perhaps you’re feeling both ambitious and a little terrified – like I was when I took on a CSD as part of my MSc in Management. Here’s what I wish I knew this time last year.
In the second (and final) semester of the MSc Human Resources Management, there are two conundrums for students: “what will my dissertation title be?” and “what career will I pursue”.
The time has come where I need to think about the frightening dissertation topic! And I think I’m finally getting there. Broad or niche, qualitative or quantitative? Here’s how I worked through my ideas to pinpoint my dissertation topic.
Dissertation season has begun with many students digging deep within themselves and their passions to curate an academic piece of work that is worthy of the distinction we all crave for. If you are in the midst of your dissertation, or thinking of completing one in the future, you won’t want to miss these crucial tips.
Congratulations to Theodor Cojoianu, MSc Carbon Finance student, who recently won the Best European Masters’ Thesis Award for his paper on Shale Gas and Hydraulic Fracturing.
The dissertation is the largest piece of individual work that a postgraduate student will work on. And tackled strategically, it could be the unique factor that gets a student noticed by employers.
Through our partnership with Making the Most of Masters, MSc IBEM student, Tasmin Mulder, is undertaking a work-based project in Malawi researching an innovative buying system in the groundnut sector.
MSc IBEM student, Eirik Hansen, explores the impact of the booming social entrepreneurship scene in Cairo as part of his research project with business incubator Nahdet El Mahrousa.
Working alongside the inspirational Mercy Corps in Uganda, MSc IBEM student, Flo Steiner, has undertaken a research project investigating local investor investment strategies to inform the Mercy Corps’s Impact Investment Fund.