UCL Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- Medieval and Renaissance Studies Staff
- MA in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (MARS)
- An overview of the degree
- Students' views
- Personal tutoring
- Staff / Student consultative committee
- Start of year
- Coursework Guidelines
- PhD Research in Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- Medieval and Renaissance Studies (MARS) Centre
- Seminars and Lectures
- Libraries and Resources
The dissertation should include, in this order, the following items:
- A title page (downloadable example).
- An abstract, not exceeding 200 words, of the topic, and of the result and conclusions, on a separate page headed ‘Abstract’.
- A table of contents.
- A list of abbreviations, if the dissertation uses any.
- A list of Illustrations, if the dissertation has any.
- Acknowledgements (if not mentioned in the preface). Help or information received from your Supervisor or Supervisors and anyone else must be adequately acknowledged.
- The main text. The main text should consist of an introduction, chapters and a concluding chapter. Every page of the text should be numbered, including any illustrations and the bibliography, and each illustration should itself be numbered; e.g.: "Fig. 1".
- An appendix or appendices, if any.
- A bibliography listing all books or articles cited in the dissertation. Do not cite books or articles that you have not cited. See further Bibliography.
- An index (optional).
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