MBA General; Banking; Finance; HRM; Marketing
Student No Surname  Forenames Date submitted:
       
Title of Dissertation   Supervisor:

FIRST MARKER’S NAME:

Mark

        SECOND MARKER’S  NAME

Mark

Agreed Mark

       

 

Bases of Assessment Comments Marks
Abstract  (Summary of Study)

The Focus of the study

How data was collected

Methodology used to analyse data

Main Conclusion & major Recommendation

Relationship of findings to the literature

 

(5%)

 
Chapter 1: Introduction

Structure of the study

a)      Research problem identification.

b)      Research objective(s).

c)      Logical layout of the study; outline of each chapter

 

(10%)

 
Chapter 2: Literature Reviewa)      Up-to-date acquaintance with literature in the field.

b)      Knowledge of theoretical issues and discussion/debate in the field.

c)      Comparing, contrasting, and linking theoretical concepts.

d)      Consistent, appropriate and effective use of text references.

  (25%)
 
Chapter 3: Research Methodology & Methodsa)      Awareness of various methods of research.

b)      Justification of research methods adopted in the study.

c)      Appropriateness of quantitative

d)      and qualitative data analysis techniques proposed.

e)      Consideration of ethical and professional issues.

  (10%)
 
Chapter 4: Data Presentation and Analysisa)      Proposed research methods employed effectively.

b)      Clear, informative data presentation.

c)      Application of proposed data analysis techniques, with description of process appropriate to the techniques adopted.

d)      Comprehensive, convincing analysis.

  (25%)
 
Chapter 5: Conclusions and Recommendationsa)      Conclusions consistent with research results?

b)      An appreciation of problems encountered in the study or the need for further research?

c)      Specific business-focused recommendations related to conclusions, with clear action plans for implementation?

d)      Implementation issues (cost, resources, timing, etc) considered?

  (15%
 
Overall Presentation & Referencesa)      Clarity, coherence, appearance.

b)      Ability to discuss, analyse and present arguments in straightforward and good English.

c)      Appropriateness of appendices.

d)      Presentation of references at the end of the study, corresponding exactly to those cited in text.

  (10%)
 
First marker (signed): Date TOTAL

 

                 

 

 

 

Name of student:   2nd Marker  
Bases of Assessment Comments Marks
Abstract  (Summary of Study)

The Focus of the study

How data was collected

Methodology used to analyse data

Main Conclusion & major Recommendation

Relationship of findings to the literature

 

(5%)

 
Chapter 1: Introduction

Structure of the study

a)      Research problem identification.

b)      Research objective(s).

c)      Logical layout of the study; outline of each chapter

 

(10%)

 
Chapter 2: Literature Reviewa)      Up-to-date acquaintance with literature in the field.

b)      Knowledge of theoretical issues and discussion/debate in the field.

c)      Comparing, contrasting, and linking theoretical concepts.

d)      Consistent, appropriate and effective use of text references.

  (25%)
 
Chapter 3: Research Methodology & Methodsa)      Awareness of various methods of research.

b)      Justification of research methods adopted in the study.

c)      Appropriateness of quantitative

d)      and qualitative data analysis techniques proposed.

e)      Consideration of ethical and professional issues.

  (10%)
 
Chapter 4: Data Presentation and Analysisa)      Proposed research methods employed effectively.

b)      Clear, informative data presentation.

c)      Application of proposed data analysis techniques, with description of process appropriate to the techniques adopted.

d)      Comprehensive, convincing analysis.

  (25%)
 
Chapter 5: Conclusions and Recommendationsa)      Conclusions consistent with research results?

b)      An appreciation of problems encountered in the study or the need for further research?

c)      Specific business-focused recommendations related to conclusions, with clear action plans for implementation?

d)      Implementation issues (cost, resources, timing, etc) considered?

  (15%
 
Overall Presentation & Referencesa)      Clarity, coherence, appearance.

b)      Ability to discuss, analyse and present arguments in straightforward and good English.

c)      Appropriateness of appendices.

d)      Presentation of references at the end of the study, corresponding exactly to those cited in text.

  (10%)
 
Second Marker (signed): Date TOTAL