The Most In-Depth Guide To Writing A Dissertation In Architecture


It has been a very long period of academic activities but now the climax is here with the writing of your dissertation in Architecture. Bearing in mind that the overall quality of this academic paper is what would determine if your dream of finally graduating with excellent grades will be realized or not. Based on this, it is important that you put in your best efforts in making this dream a reality. Little wonder why most students are agitated and unsure of where to start as it has to do with their dissertations. All you need is an in-depth guide and you will end up not only impressing your supervisor but also surprising yourself as well.

Contained in this post are a few tips that would help you do what a lot of other students have not been able to do on their own. Here is a detailed guide to help you write your dissertation without any stress:

  • Write your title page: Being your academic paper’s opening page, it contains the title of the project you are working on and your relevant data and that of your school.
  • The Abstract: This is the part of your dissertation where you briefly summarize the background, methodologies, and findings as it relates to your project.
  • Table of content: This is where all the chapters, tables, and figures that make up your project work are all listed for easier reference.
  • Introduction: This is a very important aspect of your paper and should not be taken lightly. In most cases, this part of your paper should only be written after you have successfully completed the body of the paper.
  • Body of work: This comes in the form of chapters, tables, and figures. Take your time in writing them and make sure they are without grammar, spelling, or punctuation errors.
  • Conclusion: Just like the introduction, this is another important part of dissertations. This is where you restate what you have already told your readers earlier in the introduction but in different terms and phrases.
  • Bibliography: You have sourced information for your academic paper from various sources and they need to be credited. This is where you get that done. Proper citation is important in this regard.
  • Appendices: This page is necessary when there are extra sources or materials that proved useful during the research and writing of your project. These additional sources are all listed here.

If this seems like something you cannot successfully complete on your own, then you should go ahead and get immediate help. This way, you don’t jeopardize your chances of being a certified architecture.

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