The Masters Research Dissertation Programme offers an exciting opportunity to link students on Masters courses and their university supervisors with leading retail companies on projects which are important to the retail industry. The scheme provides the opportunity to work directly with an industrial partner and to link students’ research to important retail and ‘open data’ sources. The project titles are devised by retailers and are open to students from a wide range of disciplines.
Applications for our 2017 projects are now live on this page. To apply for any one of the projects please access the application form, complete and email to email@example.com along with a copy of your CV. Before applying please visit the details for students page. For queries related to any of the projects, please contact Guy Lansley on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Modelling the changes in visitor behaviour in the West End following the implementation of the weekend night tube service.
How can mobile phone data be used to identify the factors that influence spatial behaviour and the choices of consumers public spaces?
An evaluation of the relationship between retail location data and planning data in order to forecast potential impact on places.
Data Quality Matching: an evaluation of the discrepancies in Valuation Office Agency and Local Data Company records of business rates.
Understanding how house prices and rental values impact upon commuter pattern in prime Central London
Can harnessing the demographic characteristics of store catchments improve the planning of promotions and pricing strategies?