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CDRC Masters Research Dissertation Student

Closing Date: April 1, 2021

The application process for The Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC) Masters Research Dissertation Scheme 2021 is now open to Masters students studying in the UK. Registry Trust Ltd has enrolled to provide a student with our data to complete a project entitled: ‘Scrutinising Policy: Using Monetary County Court Judgments (CCJs) data to understand the effects of austerity’. 

The project is suitable for those studying Data Science, Geography/Geographic Information Science, Computer Science, Business, Economics, Mathematics and quantitative Social Sciences. The initiative provides an opportunity to apply a wide range of disciplines to issues currently faced by businesses. The Scheme supports the Economic and Social Research Council’s aim of developing its engagement with the retail sector, particularly in the field of large datasets.

A £500 honorarium is paid and students and supervisors are invited to the Data Analysts User Group conference at the Royal Society in Autumn. See last year's winning presentations here: www.d-u-g.co.uk/events.html

Find out more about Registry Trust and our data by browsing our website.

Full details of the scheme, our project, and information for students including how to apply, can be found via the link below:

https://www.cdrc.ac.uk/education-and-training/masters-dissertation-scheme/