The program aims to support students in the research process focusing primarily on the completion of their master’s thesis or dissertation, with the following specific objectives:
1. Assist students in developing and enhancing their learning through subject-based research and inquiry.
2. Provide pedagogical guidance to students’ engagement in research.
Emphasis is made on high-level thinking skills wherein students critically examine the works of others, synthesize and organize ideas from various sources, plan their fieldwork and laboratory experiments, and write reports.
General information about research support courses and arrangements can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org
For your queries, please check our Frequently asked questions.
Semester and Inter-Semester Courses
- Thesis Proposal Writing
- Writing up your Master’s Thesis or Dissertation
- Writing an Effective Journal Article
- Research Communication
- Processing your Data Through SPSS and Excel
- Conducting Field Research (for SERD and SOM students)
- Research Methods for Engineers
- Write your research reports following the APA Style Guide
- Ethical Standards and Procedures for Research
- Creating a Better Project Proposal for Funding
This is a platform for students to present their ongoing research, exchange ideas about a scientific topic or particular research area, and obtain feedback from others. Specific dates for each discipline or program will be posted here on a regular basis. Registration is FREE. Students are expected to submit a summary of their work prior to registration.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Students who are not attending an EL courses are eligible to register during the semester.
However, intersemester courses are offered to ALL students regardless of their English scores.
How can I register?
Please click on the section, Registration Process and follow the instructions.
How much do I need to pay for a course?
Fees vary for different courses. Click on the available courses that interest you to view the dates, times and fees.
What should I prepare before joining the course?
You only need to bring your laptop to class.
Can I be absent from some sessions?
Up to 3 absences are allowed during the semester in order to obtain a certificate at the end of the course. Short courses and workshops require complete attendance.
Can we get a certificate after the completion of a course?
The Language Center will prepare the certificates upon request. Please send an email to email@example.com
Can I get some additional support after completing a course?
Definitely. You can join our Research Forum if you need feedback on your work. Check this section for more information. We also offer one-on-one tutorials. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need this type of assistance.