Confirmation marks a critical step in progression with your candidature and it is important to be well-prepared for this important Progress Review. Part of this process is to prepare your confirmation document:  a document which aims to convince the University that you and your research are worth supporting with funds and other resources.  This workshop will provide you with information about the purpose of the confirmation document, the elements of a confirmation document,  and how to structure one to give yourself the best chance of success.

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About Your thesis

Developing your thesis from an initial concept to a finished, quality document takes time and effort. Learn some key skills around concept mapping, confirmation report writing and more. 

Effective candidature management will also help you to complete your thesis, so don't forget to take the time to put some effective strategies in place.

The Library runs Creating a structured Thesis (CaST) sessions to help you auto-format your thesis in Word:

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