A research project is a piece of work in which you investigate a topical business/management issue or problem associated with your programme of study. Within the project you collect, analyse and evaluate relevant information, draw conclusions based on your findings and make appropriate recommendations.
Your project can take the form of:
Writing your project report can be quite daunting - it's probably the longest piece of work you have tackled.
Talk to your supervisor about how the University's ethics policy applies to your project.
An ethics release form must be submitted with your project outline.
For more details see the University's policy
Making the best use of your supervisor is one of the key aspects of achieving a successful project.
3 key points to remember if you want to get the most out of your supervisor