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The first phase of ZU-URSP for each cohort is a two-week summer research institute where students will:
- Learn about quantitative and qualitative research methodologies
- Learn how to develop a research proposal
- Learn about graduate school expectations
- Learn about graduate school life
- Qualify for employment as a Research Assistant for faculty-led research projects

- How to develop a research proposal and complete application forms for study overseas.

Details on the application process and how to develop a research proposal can be found . Details on the scholarships available to support PhD studies are can be found .


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How to Develop a Research Proposal

CSC 426 is a course primarily intended to prepare students for doing research in computing or related areas. It is a required course for all PhD students in Computer and Information Sciences, but also useful for Masters degree students who are involved in research projects and may be interested in pursuing a PhD in the future. The course will help students to learn how to develop a research proposal, understand the process of doing research, write a dissertation or thesis, etc., as well as help them prepare for future research career as a computer professional or an academic. Throughout this course we will try to answer the following questions: