A study of the stages and processes involved in final year Undergraduate projects at the University of Sunderland, United Kingdom was conducted over two years.
The phases and the factors which influence them were identified in the first year of the investigation and this scheme for a project formed the framework for the following year. Both student and staff opinions, based on questionnaires and interviews, form the data on which discussion of the phases of a project is based.
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