The Faculty of Management Studies in collaboration with Emerald Publishing proudly present the second Management Undergraduates’ Research Session (MURS) as a continuation of the process for enhancing students’ research capacity during the month of November 2020. The annual MURS is an opportunity for management undergraduates, local and international, to present their research experiences to a larger audience. Further, the Symposium will encourage undergraduates to examine global, regional, and local trends in their research fields, while identifying links among disciplines. The symposium includes presentations by students from seven academic disciplines on which the faculty expertises. All final year undergraduates in the faculty who are supposed to complete the dissertation during the year are encouraged to submit their full papers as joint papers with their respective academic supervisors. The symposium will also be a great opportunity for all other undergraduates to learn from their colleagues. All the presenters will receive a cetificate endorsed by Emerald publishing.
Deadline of Abstract Submission
30th August 2020
Abstract Acceptance Notification
15th September 2020
Deadline of Full Paper Submission
15th October 2020
Full Paper Acceptance Notification
10th November 2020
20th November 2020
To provide undergraduate researchers with a unique opportunity to present their research in real-time while encouraging knowledge sharing in a formal setting.
To encourage students to publish their research findings and enhance the opportunity for the best papers to being published in a book chapter of an international publisher.
To provide opportunity to interact with the industry.
To enhance the essential soft skills.
To encourage enthusiastic researchers to start their research journey by making a platform for them in the field of management where they are passionate in.
To strengthen the research culture of the Faculty of Management Studies
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The MURS is to develop transferable skills with broad application, including critical thinking, problem solving, communication, collaboration, and independence. There are numerous benefits for undergraduates who get involved in research. Research experience allows undergraduates to better understand published works, learn to balance collaborative and individual work, determine an area of interest, and to start their careers as researchers. It has a tremendous scope to provide undergraduates an understanding that their research studies are unique and can definitely benefit the society. Symposium welcomes full papers of undergraduates’ dissertations. Moreover, symposium encourages the submission of collaborative works between the supervisor and the student. The annual undergraduate research session on management studies has a general interest in the following area: