PhD Proposal Writing Service

Get your PhD application or research project off to the best start with a custom written PhD proposal, written by UK qualified PhD's in your subject area.

Custom PhD Proposal Writing Service

As the first step towards any aspiring PhD research project, your research proposal serves a specific purpose and needs to follow a well established format.

Unlike other forms of writing, a PhD research proposal is a detailed plan of what you intend to do. It will need to be clear, concise and based on specific details. Our specialist writers will ensure any PhD research proposal is written using standard English, grammatically precise, free from punctuation and/or spelling errors and strategically structured so that the reader can understand the intended direction and purpose clearly.


Benefits of our PhD proposal writing service

• Our PhD writers have tremendous experience in crafting proposals for all fields of scientific research.

• We have an expert team of subject specialists to make sure we are able to pair each individual request to the most suitable PhD researcher.

• We work in tandem with you and your requirements to make sure your custom PhD proposal fits your specific circumstances.

• The experience of our team means they know where to look for gaps in the existing research, limitations of different data, and how to refine research topics.

• We want you to succeed, so we only propose topics and methods that are achievable with the resources available to you.

Writing a PhD Research Proposal

The purpose of a PhD proposal is to map out the course your entire PhD research project and therefore plays a pivotal role in determining the level of success you will achieve. Given that a PhD is a years long undertaking and you will be working with your supervisory panel for this duration, getting it off to a strong start should not be overlooked. A successful PhD proposal is critical in choosing the right topic, setting out the aims and objectives, deciding upon which methodology to adopt and in gaining a position and supervisory team. Our PhD Writers will help craft a PhD proposal that will make sure you get off to the best start.

The terms for writing a PhD proposal are very concise and must follow a well established format. More specifically, it must be written using standard English; grammatically precise, free of punctuation and/or spelling errors, and strategically structured. The structuring of a doctoral research PHD proposal has to include a detailed outline of what your thesis will entail and how it will be presented. We deliver 100% customisable proposals that are in accordance to UK guidelines.

PhD research proposals are written as a part of the application process. Generally, the format entails a specific guideline of about 2,000-3,000 words (on average) to describe your prospective on a chosen problem. The proposal or synopsis clearly identifies the thesis proposition, what you hope to achieve, as well as the methodology you are planning to apply. Utilising our PhD proposal writing service as a part of your application process will help to assess the originality of your ideas; whether you have the ability to think critically or efficiently enough to grasp the current and most relevant literature.

Each stage of the proposal undertakes a defined timeline, which would indicate that you are confident about your research area. More so, the matter of which you fit into the Discipline Area’s research profile defines your research approach and that your potential for success is clearly evident. With that being said, in addition to submitting your application, you are expected to enclose a sufficiently disciplined doctoral synopsis outline, to include:

• Title

• Overview of Research

• Positioning of the Research

• Research Design and Methodology

• References


How We Write your PhD Proposal

Essay Writing Service UK’s expert PhD writers prepare well-researched doctoral research proposals for aspiring PhD candidates. To help ensure that your PhD proposal application is successful, we recommend that you place an order with our PhD proposal writing service.

If you are considering a doctoral degree, you need a service that is affordable and offers qualified personal PhD level writers. Our doctoral level professionals will help you in planning the research, writing custom chapters or sections for your doctoral proposal all the way through to completing an entire custom-tailored PhD proposal based on your chosen subject.

The length and depth of the research proposal can vary in accordance with the subject undertaken but the key points the reader will be looking to evaluate are:

• Is the idea of relevance?

• Does the topic merit the research being proposed?

• Is the focus suitably narrow?

• Are there sufficient sources provided to justify the project?

• Is the proposed timeframe suitable and accurate?

• Will this project help the student achieve their goals?


What Any Good PhD Proposal Should Include

Usually you will be provided with some guidance regarding what is expected in terms of structure and format. As a general rule we include the following sections in all of our custom PhD proposals.

Proposed Title

The importance of the title cannot be overstated. The title must be appropriate and concise and have impact. Ideally you will already have a title or topic area in mind before starting but we are happy to help with this.

Aims and Objectives

Setting out the Aims and Objectives is what will shape the project. What is it that the research will look to examine? What are the questions that will be answered? Aims are what the study wishes to end up with, Objectives are more specific and include the key research questions of the study.

Background / Introduction

The introduction will provide both a background and summary of the proposed research. It will explain the topic in detail and why it has been chosen for the study.

Literature Review

The literature review section of the proposal will show how previous research has influenced the proposed study. This may relate to the choice of research following the identification of a gap in previous knowledge, or the chosen method of research. The purpose is to clearly connect the literature back to the intended enquiry at the heart of the project.

Research Methods

The next section may be called ‘Research design’, ‘Methodology’, ‘Methods’, etc. In all cases this is a discussion of the reasoning behind the choice of approach and the tools/methods which will be utilised. Specifically, it will include:

• The method of research and the tools chosen to collect and analyse the data, and why they have been chosen. We will discuss if there are any particular advantages and limitations discovered in previous research and how these will be addressed.

• Which methods were rejected and why, and what may have been gained or lost by not using them.

• What the ‘stance’ of the researcher is, detailing how this has affected the kinds of questions posed and the methods selected.

Ethical Considerations

These procedures are defined by the course or University to suit the type of research proposed.

If necessary, we ensure the proposal addresses the following:

• How any participants’ consent will be gained

• How the participants will give informed consent

• How participants’ confidentiality and anonymity will be protected

• How the data collected be stored and for how long

• How the participants will gain access to the results of the research


This shows that the aim of the proposed research is to draw a conclusion and relate back to the aim/s and objectives proposed.

Time Frame

Some proposals may require an intended timeline which breaks down the research process into sections, often in the form of a GANTT chart. If necessary, we allocate a set period for each task (weeks, days, hours) and the landmarks which will be achieved by these dates. This can help to monitor progress, and ensure the study is completed by the deadline.

References / Indicative References

A full reference list detailing of all the texts cited within the proposal will be compiled in the style required. Sometimes potential texts and research which has not yet been reviewed or discussed may also be required.

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