1. A Project title.
The Role of Politics to Promote Intergovernmental Relations for Effective International Business: A Critical Focus on the United Kingdom.
2. A project summary write a clear, succinct summary of the aims, significance and impact of this planned project (paragraph).
3. Aims, significance and expected outcomes detail the project aims (what you plan to achieve), significance (importance, value and benefits of the project) and expected outcomes. Include information about recent progress in the field of the project and the relationship, if any, to other work in the area generally. Only refer to books and papers that are widely available to students and supervisors.
4. Project plan, methods, Techniques Detail the specific strategy and method of investigation, including the questions being posed in your project, or hypothesis being tested. Ensure that the plan makes clear the scope and limitations of the project. Where well known techniques are to be used, you should make it quite clear that you have a solid grasp of the methodology.
5. Relevance of your skills and experience to the project Detail your skills and experience relevant to the project. Demonstrate skills, training and experience relevant to the project. If the project is to explore a new area of interest to you, provide details of preparation and planning to accommodate the shift of interest.
6. Proposed timing Define the main stages of the project and provide a time frame (in table format) for the start and completion of each stage.