After completing the taught courses, students work on a three-month individual project leading to a dissertation.
Dissertation projects may be either research-based or industry-based with an external organisation, with opportunities for placements in local companies.
Industry-based Dissertation Projects
An industry-based dissertation project can give you the opportunity to enhance your skills and employability by tackling a real-world project, gaining workplace experience, exploring potential career paths and building relationships with local companies.
Further information, including details of past participating companies, is available from the EPCC blog.
Many dissertation reports from previous years are available online. These give an indication of the range of topics that students have worked on.
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