Dissertation & thesis template.
If you’re preparing to write your dissertation, thesis or research project, our free dissertation template is the perfect starting point. In the template, we cover every section step by step, with clear, straightforward explanations and examples .
What’s Included In The Dissertation Template
Our free dissertation and thesis template covers all the essential elements required for a first-class piece of research . The template’s structure is based on the tried and trusted best-practice format for formal academic research projects such as dissertations and theses. The template structure reflects the overall research process, ensuring your dissertation or thesis will have a smooth, logical flow from chapter to chapter.
The dissertation template covers the following core sections:
- The title page/cover page
- Abstract (sometimes also called the executive summary)
- Table of contents
- List of figures /list of tables
- Chapter 1: Introduction (also available: in-depth introduction template )
- Chapter 2: Literature review (also available: in-depth LR template )
- Chapter 3: Methodology (also available: in-depth methodology template )
- Chapter 4: Research findings /results (also available: results template )
- Chapter 5: Discussion /analysis of findings (also available: discussion template )
- Chapter 6: Conclusion (also available: in-depth conclusion template )
- Reference list
Each section is explained in plain, straightforward language , followed by an overview of the key elements that you need to cover within each section. We’ve also included practical examples to help you understand exactly what’s required in each section.
The cleanly-formatted Word document is fully editable , so you can use it as-is for your dissertation or thesis, copy over the contents to a fresh document, or convert it to LaTeX.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What format is the dissertation template (Word Doc, PDF, PPT, etc.)?
The template is provided in a fully editable MS Word document. You’re welcome to convert it to whatever format works best for you, such as LaTeX or PDF.
What types of dissertations/theses can this template be used for?
The template follows the standard best-practice structure for formal academic research projects such as dissertations or theses, so it is suitable for the vast majority of degrees, particularly those within the sciences.
Some universities may have some additional requirements, but these are typically minor, with the core structure remaining the same. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to double-check your university’s requirements before you finalise your structure.
Is this template for an undergrad, Masters or PhD-level thesis?
This template can be used for a dissertation, thesis or research project at any level of study. It may be slight overkill for an undergraduate-level study, but it certainly won’t be missing anything.
How long should my dissertation/thesis be?
This depends entirely on your university’s specific requirements, so it’s best to check with them. As a general ballpark, Masters-level projects are usually 15,000 – 20,000 words in length, while Doctoral-level projects are often in excess of 60,000 words.
Can I share this dissertation template with my friends/colleagues?
Yes, you’re welcome to share this template. If you want to post about it on your blog or social media, all we ask is that you reference this page as your source.
Can Grad Coach help me with my dissertation/thesis?
Within the template, you’ll find plain-language explanations of each section, which should give you a fair amount of guidance. However, you’re also welcome to consider our dissertation and thesis coaching services .
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A dissertation requires solid organisational skills and effective time management in order to achieve a high standard, so we’ve put together a list of some of the best free tools available to make the planning stages of your project easier.
Choosing a topic
Before you even get near your research proposal , you need to have a topic in mind. Mind mapping is a great way to organise and visualise your early ideas when developing your dissertation topic. Mind42.com 's mind mapping tool allows you to collaborate with colleagues online, which could be useful for sharing with peers or your project supervisor. Mindmeister.com also features collaboration and boasts mobile access with it’s free iPhone app, whilst Bubbl.us focuses on speed with it's handy keyboard shortcuts.
Evernote provides tools for your computer, mobile device, or web browser which capture your ideas, notes, and inspiration wherever you are. This free toolset lets users save text notes, web pages, photos, and screenshots with a comprehensive search feature so that you can retrieve your ideas quickly and easily.
Reading & research
Using Google Scholar you can search a large index of scholarly articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions. To get the most out this research tool check out Google’s guide to Advanced Scholar Searches . Compiling a bibliography in the required format can be a time consuming task at the end of a dissertation, especially if you haven't kept track whilst writing . Fortunately there are free tools available which help you to store your citations from the beginning of your project and retrieve them in a number of commonly use formats. Bibdesk is an Open Source Mac app with bibliography management and search features, as well as some useful import and export capabilities. Alternatively, you could use Zotero 's browser extension for Firefox which can automatically sync your data with multiple computers. It also features browsing for mobile devices, which means you can access your data in away from your computer. For Windows users, BiblioExpress offers a simple reference manager that can format citations in common styles such as ACS, APA, and MLA.
Planning your time
Time management is crucial in a large project such as a dissertation. It may be useful to plan backwards from your deadline, allowing extra time where necessary for unforeseen delays and revisions. Gantt charts are a very visual way to allocate time to your dissertation tasks and there are many free tools to help you build your own. This is especially great if you're accommodating some non-work time too . Google Docs has a Gadget in it’s spreadsheet feature which creates Gantt charts for free. Similarly, if you already own Microsoft Excel you can build Gantt charts with it too.
Tomsplanner is a dedicated web-based Gantt generator which is free for personal use, and Team Gantt 's free trial offers an alternative with a slick interface. If you’re not keen on Gantt charts you could simply plan your project in a standard calendar. Google Calendars is web based meaning you can access it from any computer and most mobile devices. You could also share your calendar with your supervisor if you think you're likely to miss deadlines. Microsoft Outlook’s calendar and iCalendar on Mac could also be useful planning tools.
If you need to organise your dissertation workload on a shorter time scale, TeuxDeux 's well designed interface helps you to plan your tasks on a weekly basis. There’s also a paid iPhone app for task management on the go.
HabitRPG is an excellent option for those of you who need a bit of positive reinforcement alongside your planning. If a week is still too much to think about, check out Todokyo which takes simplicity to the next level with a clean-looking daily list.
If you find yourself constantly distracted by the lures of email and social networking, you could try Freedom’s free trial . This Mac app blocks your web connection for up to 3 hours at a time, leaving you to concentrate on your dissertation. Alternatively you can block specific websites from Firefox using Leechblock , and Google Chrome users can do the same with StayFocusd .
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Dissertation Planner: Getting Started
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Welcome to the University of Kentucky Libraries' Dissertation Planner!
This dissertation planner is designed to help doctoral students chart the steps to complete a dissertation and earn a doctoral degree. It is most beneficial to those just beginning to lay the groundwork for their dissertations.
Please note : This planner does not contain specific information about your doctoral program. You should always consult with your department about any requirements and expectations as you go through the research and writing processes for your dissertation. Remember, the best resource for information on the specific requirements and expectations of your dissertation is YOUR ADVISOR .
This planner is adapted from the University of Minnesota Libraries' Dissertation Calculator . The University of Kentucky Libraries thanks the University of Minnesota Libraries for granting the permission for reusing the content of its Dissertation Calculator.
This planner is best viewed using FireFox or Chrome. Some images may not be displayed properly on other browsers or when viewed on mobile devices. If you have any comments or suggestions for this planner, feel free to contact the University of Kentucky Libraries by e-mail .
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Assignment start and due dates.
Enter the date you plan to start work and the due date of your assignment.
Required. Example: 12 31 2020
Identify and refine your research question.
Your interest in your research questions will help you maintain focus on the dissertation process. The work you do may become the starting place for future research work and the next step in your career. Choose a topic that interests you and will help you advance your career. However, your choice of topic will depend on the requirements of your professors, advisors, program, department, college, university, and academic discipline. Review any documents or handbooks that outline the requirements and expectations.
- Examine the requirements, expectations, and methods used by your department, program, and advisor.
- University Digital Conservancy
- Digital Dissertations
- How to find dissertations and theses including older U of M print dissertations
- Set up a system for organizing your search results, citations, PDFs, primary sources, notes etc. using citation management tools (e.g. Zotero or EndNote) or other strategies. You can use these tools to create "in-text" citations and bibliographies or works cited lists as you write.
- In some cases, you will be given a research question or a list of topics to choose from by your advisor.In other cases, you will develop a topic based on your own research interests.
- Review departmental information to learn about faculty research areas and identify faculty who might be interested in working with you. Try [email protected] .
- Do a preliminary study of the literature related to your topics to understand previous research, key themes, issues, variables, methodologies, limitations, terminology, controversies, and gaps in the current research. Identify significant researchers and scholars working in the area. Consult a variety of sources such as websites, research blogs, books, journal articles, conferences, organizations, and other sources.
- Narrow your ideas to 2 or 3 possible research questions. Evaluate your question using criteria like feasibility, scope (too narrow or too broad), your level of interest, and future benefit to your career.
- Discuss your ideas with classmates, colleagues, mentors, and other professors for comment and feedback.
- Organize your research ideas into a pre-proposal for use in discussion and negotiation with your advisor.
- Revise and modify as needed based on comments gathered.
- Be sure that you and your advisor are in agreement about the research questions before drafting the final proposal.
- The ULibraries have many print and ebooks on the process of writing dissertations. Search for: dissertations, academic; academic writing dissertations; and report writing dissertations.
- Dissertations, from the University of North Carolina Writing Center
Percent time spent on this step: 5
Develop the research design and methodology
The research design is the strategy or blueprint for the collection, measurement, and analysis of your data (data can be numbers, images, texts, interview transcripts, etc.). Generally the design is the overall logical structure for your project and the methodology refers to the detailed steps for data collection and analysis. The type of design and method used is determined by the nature of your research question. Certain research designs and methods are core to specific fields of study or programs. Your design needs to be consistent with the requirements and expectations of your advisor, committee, and program.
- Understand that your choice of design and methods will influence the niche you develop for yourself within your department, your discipline, and the wider academic community.
- Read and review information about design and methodology (e.g. such as books on methodology) and study examples of how these strategies have been applied in research similar to yours (e.g. other dissertations, articles, etc.).
- Consider any philosophical and practical factors. Identify the theoretical approaches inherent in your design and methods.
- Use Sage Research Methods Online to learn more about design and methods.
- Search Libraries Search for books and articles on theory, design, methods, and analysis.
- Read about specific statistical techniques and software packages, for example, R, Tableau, NVivo, ATALAS.ti, SPSS, etc.. Some libraries and OIT labs have this software. Learn about statistical consulting services , if needed.
- Learn about data management best practices. Data management plans assist you in planning the types of data you will collect, standards to document your data (metadata), security measures to protect the confidentiality of your subjects and intellectual property, and methods for archiving and sharing your data.
- Review dissertations with similar designs and methods to learn about what worked well and what obstacles occurred.
Review literature & write a proposal or prospectus
Proposals generally include the title of your project, an introduction, literature review, and a description of the research design and methodology for your proposed dissertation. This is often used as the foundation for the first three chapters of the completed dissertation. Be sure to read other successful proposals as examples to guide your work. Check with your advisor, mentors, or department for examples.
- Writing an effective title from UMN Center of Writing
- Although this is the first section the reader comes to, you might want to write it last , since until then, you will not be absolutely sure what you are introducing.
- The introduction establishes the context for your research by briefly summarizing the current and background information about the topic. Use it to state the purpose of your work in the form of the hypothesis, question, or research problem, and briefly explain your rationale, theoretical perspective, design and methodological approach. Identify the significance and potential outcomes your project.
- The introduction might include acknowledgement of the previous work on which you are building, an explanation of the scope of your research, what will and will not be included, and a "road map" or "table of contents" to guide the reader to what lies ahead.
- Write in the future tense since it is a proposal. It can be changed and edited later once it becomes part of your dissertation.
- Tips for writing an introduction from University of North Carolina
- Develop an in-depth understanding of your topic and clarify why your research is significant.
- Ensure that your research is a unique contribution.
- Understand the broader discipline and field(s) of which your topic is a part. Position or frame your topic in your field and establish the link between existing research and your question.
- Explore important methodologies, controversies, and research issues.
- Identify names of key researchers, core journals, other research centers, or possible sources of funding.
- Explain your rationale for the research design and methodology and your plan to use and describe why it is appropriate for your research.
- Your reading and study of the literature should be very comprehensive as you prepare your proposal and later write your final literature review. Now is the time to immerse yourself in your topic.
- The written literature review is selective and does not include every article or source your find on your topic. Think of yourself as a curator at a museum. Select the most meaningful, representative works for your "exhibit" but you will have had to have read and critically evaluate many more sources that you don't include in your literature review.
- Build a workflow or system so you can keep track of sources (e.g. citation, PDF, etc.) including notes/rationale for sources you are using and for those you choose not to include (with your rationale for excluding them in case your advisor or committee have questions later).
- Determine the expectations and requirements for the proposal meeting, for example, find out what type of presentation, if any, is expected. Talk with colleagues who have completed this process to understand more about the meeting.
- Be sure that you have completed all the necessary forms from your department or college.
- Meet with your subject librarians and or librarians from related subjects to learn about useful library databases, keywords, citation tools, and specialized services for researchers.
- Go to workshops or watch recorded workshops from the University Libraries.
- Use the Center for Writing, Student Writing Support resources , especially for graduate writers resources.
- Review other dissertations both for ideas on how the literature review can be organized and for useful articles and other sources.
- Review what you already have written and presented for your course work and other projects.
- Use subject-specific databases , in addition to, Libraries Search to explore the literature in your field.
- Search article databases outside your discipline. Explore interdisciplinary databases such as Web of Science , Google Scholar , Scopus , JSTOR , Worldcat , etc.
- Browse and search in the core journals in your field. Try the tool Browzine to create a personal library.
- Decide if you need sources that are international in scope and use additional search strategies as needed.
- Identify non-digitized sources. Depending on your research area contact library archives or special collections and consult with curators or other staff to learn more about relevant resources.
- Use Interlibrary Loan to request materials not available at UMN Libraries for free.
- Use subject headings or a thesaurus within a database to find similar sources by concept rather than just keyword match.
- Review the bibliographies of articles and books to identify additional sources.
- Do "cited reference" searches to identify researchers that have cited other specific books or articles of interest. Use specialized tools like Web of Science , Google Scholar and other databases to trace the citations both backward and forward in time.
- Track where you have searched and your search terms by keeping a research log or journal ( view example ). This will help you identify the most productive sources and not repeat what you have already done. If needed you will be able to report your search strategies.
Percent time spent on this step: 15
Gather and analyze your data
After your proposal is approved, the next step is to implement your research plan by gathering and analyzing your "data." Before you begin there are more steps to consider if you have not completed.
- Obtain any needed human subject or animal care approval from the Institutional Review Board .
- Create a strategy to organize your files, contacts, observations, field notes, and bibliographic information.
- Implement a small pilot study before proceeding with the full data collection. This will help you to test your approach to ensure you are collecting data that reflects your research question. Document details such as time involved and issues in the study for either you or the participants. Determine if any modifications to your study need to occur before proceeding.
- Identify and test a strategy for transforming and analyzing the data (e.g. coding data, transcribing interviews, running statistics, etc.).
- Test your analysis method with the small pilot study or sample of your data.
- Create graphs, tables, images, and other outputs that illustrate your results.
- Meet regularly with your advisor to discuss and resolve any questions.
- Use Sage Research Methods Online to learn more about design and methods.
- Search Libraries Search for books and articles on data visualization, data mining, data processing, methods, and analysis.
Percent time spent on this step: 30
Write the Results and Discussion sections
- Use non-text objects to illustrate your results including tables, figures, images and visualizations. Illustrative objects should either be placed within the dissertation text or at the end of your dissertation.
- Summarize all your results whether they are statistically significant or not.
- Put raw data, survey instruments, and release forms, etc. into appendices if appropriate and required. Consider the Data Repository for the U of M (DRUM) to archive data.
- Include your research questions identified in the introduction. Describe how you have moved the field forward. Explain how your research enhances or fills a gap in existing research. Identify any unexpected or contradictory findings.
- Explain how your results relate to existing literature and if they are consistent with previous research.
- Describe how your results can be applied. This could take a variety of forms such as real world application, best practices or recommendations.
- Share the conclusion have reached because of your research.
- Explain limitations in your research and possibilities for future research on your topic.
- Meet with a subject librarian to do precise searching if you need to find additional sources.
- Meet with the Center for Writing for support with your writing process.
Percent time spent on this step: 25
Edit Dissertation draft & prepare for your defense
Although editing and revising occurs throughout the writing process, budget sufficient time to return to your draft for full-scale revision. Seeking feedback, reviewing, and editing your document helps you to:
- See your text from a reader's perspective.
- Bring together parts written at different times to create a coherent, connected whole.
- Make your ideas clear to others, which in turn, will result in better reader comments.
- Plan and negotiate your progress in consultation with your advisor and committee members.
- Examine the overall organization and identify what is no longer relevant and what sections need further development.
- Twelve Common Errors: An Editing Checklist , from UW Madison
- Higher Order Concerns and Lower Order Concerns from Purdue
- Ask colleagues and others for specific types of feedback to guide the comments. Connect with your dissertation support network and members of your committee to receive constructive feedback.
- Help your readers help you by giving them a direction, for example in an email, in which you explain what you want to accomplish in the draft and list your specific questions and concerns.
- Identify potential readers' expertise and skills when deciding which parts of your dissertation you want them to review. For example, perhaps only people working in your lab can constructively comment on your "methods," while friends in other disciplines would give useful feedback on the "introduction."
- Respond to all comments even though you may decide to not incorporate a suggestion.
- Negotiate with your advisor and committee members to establish a process for submitting drafts for their feedback.
- Check all calculations, visual details, and citations for accuracy and validity and remove sources you are no longer citing or add new ones.
- Prepare the bibliography, appendix, title page, and acknowledgements.
- Be sure you are formatting your document to meet the dissertation submission and formatting requirements .
- You may or may not be expected to give a brief presentation at the beginning.
- Focus on the needs of your primary audience (your advisor and committee), either by consulting them directly or considering their feedback to your initial draft.
- Review your notes and rationale for making the decisions you made in your draft for example, including or excluding certain seminal theories, authors, and research methodologies.
- Remind yourself that at this point you are now the "expert" on your research and the goal of the defense is to present and share your expertise and seek feedback from interested readers.
- Dissertation Defense from Texas A&M
Finish and submit your dissertation
Your dissertation defense committee will have informed you that you passed your defense, or passed with minor revisions needed. In some cases, substantial revisions are needed before the committee members agree to pass the dissertation. The procedures, requirements, and timelines for completing the dissertation process may vary depending on the department and college with which you are affiliated and the type of doctorate you will receive. Once any needed revisions have been completed and approved, you are ready to finish the dissertation and submit the final version.
- Many departments have their own handbooks to guide students through the process with timelines and specific academic style guidelines. Consult the details in the doctoral handbook for your department and college.
- Review the Dissertation submission requirements .
- Review information about Copyright and Dissertations & Theses . You own the copyright usually and it is wise to consider your next with the content.
- You will retain your rights to your dissertation when submitting it to the UDC.
- The UDC copy of your dissertation will be freely available for you and others to read and link to with a permanent URL. Learn more about the benefits of the UDC for your dissertation.
- A copy of your dissertation is submitted to ProQuest/UMI Dissertation Publishing making information about your dissertation available through ProQuest Digital Dissertations. The full text of your dissertation will be available through libraries that subscribe to this product or copies may be purchased. You may also opt to make your dissertation available on an open access basis via ProQuest Open Access Publishing.
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