Dissertations for Good is a platform that partners students with organisations, to collaborate on exciting and meaningful research projects related to economic, social, or environmental sustainability. You can find examples of past projects here: http://dissertationsforgood.org.uk/all-completed-projects/
The University of the West of England, Bristol is currently a member for the 2017/18 academic year, so lots of students will be looking for partnerships in Bristol soon. September is the perfect time to sign-up! Organisations are not restricted to working with local students, students all over the country are looking for a suitable project partner.
If you are interested, here are three ways you can start using Dissertations for Good today:
- Register here to become part of the network and start posting your project ideas. If you are open to suggestions, you can simply list topics of interest. Registration is completely free (though you’ll need to become a member to access additional benefits). http://dissertationsforgood.org.uk/register-organisation/
- Read up on the benefits of membership here and take advantage of the free membership offer for micro-sized public or third-sector organisations! If you do not meet the criteria for free membership, please mention ‘Bristol Food Network’ during registration to receive a 10% discount on fees. http://dissertationsforgood.org.uk/find-out-more-organisations/
- You can search all student profiles here. If you would like to find out more about any student project, simply click the button at the bottom of their profile. http://dissertationsforgood.org.uk/search-students/