law reports, journal articles) are located (in the Law School’s library, Westlaw etc). We recognise that you are likely still developing your research topic.
If you plan to conduct field work or collect empirical data, you should provide details about this (e.g. We therefore recommend that you contact a member of our staff with appropriate expertise to discuss your proposed research.
You should include a brief overview of the general area of study within which your proposed research falls, summarising the current state of knowledge and recent debates on the topic.
This will allow you to demonstrate a familiarity with the relevant field as well as the ability to communicate clearly and concisely. Research Questions The proposal should set out the central aims and questions that will guide your research.
If there is a good fit between your proposed research and our research strengths, we will give you advice on a draft of your research proposal before you make a formal application.
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Regardless of whether you are applying for the MJur, MPhil or Ph D programmes, your research proposal should normally include the following information: 1.Proposed Research The Needs of Good Forensic Accounting Skills in Public Sector Working Environment 3.Research Background Forensic accounting may not be a new field in accounting.Title This is just a tentative title for your intended research.You will be able to revise your title during the course of your research if you are accepted for admission.A research proposal will help explain the intention behind the research you plan to conduct.It will also highlight the research techniques you plan to use.Read a sample proposal from a successful application Birmingham Law School is home to a broad range of internationally excellent and world-leading legal academics, with a thriving postgraduate research community. Scope of Research Forensic Accounting and Financial Criminology 2.one that is likely to be completed with the normal period for a MJur, MPhil or Ph D degree).You might find it helpful to prioritize one or two main questions, from which you can then derive a number of secondary research questions.