(PRWEB) May 16, 2013
In a bid to advance its research support services, dissertation help has launched a promotional campaign in colleges. The company will meet students who are pursuing research courses at Russian universities and discuss the issues that they face in the research process. The scholars will also get a sample research report, from which they can gauge the quality of work done by the company.
dissertationhelp.ru was launched early this year as a dedicated arm of Dissertation Help, the well known research support company for master’s and doctoral scholars. The new venture will be offering focused support to students through a collaborative process. Launching the campaign, team leaders at dissertationhelp.ru said that scholars in Russian universities often need support with the documentation process as they are not familiar with the formal English language that needs to be adopted for writing research reports. Many scholars prepare their notes in the local language and face problems when they have to document the same for submission to the university.
The mentors at dissertationhelp.ru will help scholars write their reports using academic English. They will offer personalized guidance throughout the research process, by aiding collection of data and finalization of references. As a part of the campaign, the company will prepare and distribute sample dissertations on some popular topics. Scholars can assess the same and hire the services directly from their college campus, by meeting the team leaders and providing some details about their projects. Starting from the last week of May, the campaign will continue for two months, over which the team will interact with the students to get an insight into their requirements.
dissertationhelp.ru is a Russian arm of the international firm Dissertation Help, and provides research support to scholars pursuing courses in Russian universities. The team can be contacted by sending a mail to info(at)dissertationhelp(dot)ru.
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