Dissertation and thesis proposal writing service

Dissertation & Thesis Proposal Writing

Writing a thesis or dissertation requires a very focused and narrowed-down approach. It is important that the candidate selects a topic of his own interest and links it to his career plan, as a very deep understanding of the same is required. An added interest helps a candidate read with better focus and understanding and, at the same time, gain great knowledge in their respective domain of interest.

Importance of Dissertation and Thesis Proposals

Dissertation Proposal as well as Thesis Proposal forms the base of the research plan a candidate is planning to approach. It is the first step towards building a great research paper. The candidate should plan the work in a very strategic manner to ensure that things are in line with his thoughts, the university’s requirements, and the faculty’s understanding.

Structure of a Dissertation and Thesis Proposal

There are no rules governing the content of a research proposal, as they vary depending on the unique nature of the problem studied. We at Academic Assignments follow the step-wise outline for preparing a research proposal. In this manner, to plan a successful and good proposal, we should follow the following steps/process/structure of a dissertation proposal:

Problem Statement/Significance of the Study

  • The dissertation proposal starts with the problem statement, where logically, the first step in any research is to provide a clear statement of the problem. This step is indispensable in the writing process in that it governs the organization and flow of the thesis.
  • The significance of the study should provide a synopsis of the purpose of the study, briefly define and delimit the specific area of the research (covered under the scope of the study section), and foreshadow the questions to be raised.
  • The problem statement is followed by background, where the relevant facts about the topic and/or research site are provided so that the reader can understand the material or case in the proposal and how it links to the questions posed.
  • After this, justification of the problem is written, which states the problem, it is also necessary to specify why it is important and what new insights may be found. What would be its net contribution to the body of knowledge in the field(s) and/or towards solving the problems for humanity at large.

Aims and Objectives

  • In this section of the dissertation proposal, the candidate is expected to write the specific aims and objectives of the paper. As a ballpark figure, it is good to specify about 3-4 aims and objectives as an appropriate number.
  • There is no right number as the ideal number, and it largely depends on the student’s research and purpose. However, as a layman’s average, an ideal number is 3-4 aims and objectives for a dissertation proposal and thesis proposal.

Research Questions and Hypothesis

  • Research questions are drawn directly from the aims and objectives, which show the question we are looking to solve through the research paper.
  • Hypothesis (if required) needs to be stated in absolute statements of both null and alternate hypotheses, which will be tested with specific tools and methods and accepted or rejected based on the findings of the research paper.

Literature Review

Literature reviews help relate the proposed study to the larger ongoing discourse in the literature about a phenomenon, filling in gaps in the literature and extending earlier studies. The literature review is neither a chronological summary of related works nor a mere catalogue of previous studies published in the field.
It is very important to narrow down the search strategy to write specific to one’s research objectives. To achieve the same, ways like using recent studies (by limiting the age of the paper) and setting inclusion and exclusion criteria help us narrow our searches specific to the targeted keywords lined to the aims, objectives, research questions, and hypothesis.

Research Methodology

Research methodology is discussed where the plan of the data collection, sampling methods, sample size, type of research, research approach, research onion, and many such parameters are discussed based on the nature of the study.
The methods or procedures section is undeniably the heart of the research proposal. The type of study being conducted, data collection procedures, the sample selection, and data analysis plan are also stated.
The research proposal must contain a thorough, focused, succinct bibliography.

Our Role

We at Academic Assignments have been catering to millions of clients with dissertation thesis proposal service. Following the above-mentioned step-by-step approach helps us reach the desired goal and ensures a one-shot guaranteed solution to the client’s customized needs.
We aim at heavy research before starting any paper, allowing the writer to grasp substantial knowledge on the domain under study and hence ensure a confident approach towards successful dissertation and thesis proposal writing service.


Ans. The following is the best structure for a research proposal:

Introduction (Significance/background of study, problem statement, aims & objectives, research questions, hypothesis (if any)
Literature Review
Research Methodology (data collection method, tools, approach, research method, sampling method, etc)
Study Plan (Gantt Chart)

Ans. A good topic for a dissertation or thesis proposal is one lined to one’s area of interest and your future plan, as it is a very exhaustive work and requires full concentration. The underlying interest makes it easier for the candidate to research deeply and acquire great knowledge at the same time.

Ans. Primarily, there are 2 main lines of research methodology:
Secondary research: (includes tools like the use of thematic analysis, content analysis, case study-based analysis etc)
Primary research: First-hand data collection. Qualitative (interview-based) or Quantitative (survey-based or a mix of the two.)

Ans. Qualitative data analysis is the analysis of opinion-based data. As these are mainly statements and not absolute values (numbers), the best-known method is to use thematic analysis for analysing the same. Software like NVIVO can be used for the same.

Ans. Quantitative data can be analysed using many tools like Microsoft Excel, IBS SPSS Statistics, Python and many other software. The most widely used is the IBM SPSS Statistics.

Ans. Academic Assignments have dealt with 100s of such urgent proposals and have delivered with perfection even within a few hours without any plagiarism issues as well. They are the best in writing urgent dissertation proposals.

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