We offer advice to dissertation students working with quantitative data.
The final year dissertation is an integral part of most of our degree programmes and offers you a great opportunity to apply your quantitative skills to an original piece of research.
Completing a dissertation based on a secondary analysis of a big data set demonstrates highly sought after skills and is a great addition to any CV in today’s graduate job market.
We offer help and advice to all dissertation students undertaking work with quantitative data in:
- Social Anthropology;
- Criminology; and
Support covers everything from searching for suitable datasets to technical support with data analysis. The Help Desk is designed to support standard academic supervision arrangements.
How it works
Email: email@example.com with a summary of your query and we will allocate help either through email or face-to-face.
The Manchester Q-Step Centre awards prizes for the best dissertations featuring quantitative data analysis. As well as an overall winner of £100 (from entries across all of the Q-Step Discipline Areas), there are 4 subject level prizes of £50 (in Sociology, Politics, Criminology and Linguistics).
To be eligible for these awards, quantitative data analysis should form a major part of the research, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and how to enter.