How To Structure A PhD With Our PhD Writing Template
What is the PhD Writing Template?
- Literature review
- Theoretical framework
- Empirical chapters
- Discussion chapters
How do I write a PhD using the template?
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Start with the 'Aims and Objectives' box, where you will list down the core headlines of the entire thesis. This is the big-picture stuff. You should have this completed and refined before you move on. Without solid answers to these questions, the thesis will be disjointed and unclear.
Then, work through the boxes one by one. You may want to leave the abstract and acknowledgements to last. You may also want to work on the introduction last. That’s fine. Work in the way that suits you.
As you fill the template in, you will start to see the bigger picture. Each post-it note will contain a synopsis for that particular element. Together, they can be combined to form an executive summary of the thesis as a whole.
Why do you need the template?
- All of the elements required in a thesis.
- Where they fit and how they relate to one another.
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