You need to submit a report of up to 20 pages (17-20 pages). It must have a critical, evaluative or analytical element, and add value by creating something new or it may focus on an issue of relevance to your organization.
The report should contain:
A clear and informative cover page
An introduction that indicates the purpose of the report
The main part, which addresses the main issues (Use Graphs and Tables)
The Conclusion with clearly stated results
Applications that provide important additional information, inappropriate in the main part
As the Final Project
students should have a clearly stated objective of delivering real added-value to the business
world, it may either be a Consulting Project carried out in a firm on a specific issue, or a
Business Creation Project or an Applied Research useful to a company (for example for an
This methodical recommendation contains general provisions and guidelines for the
implementation of the Final project (FP)
– The FINAL PROJECT should be in the form of a report.
– The FINAL PROJECT is a solution to a specific problem of your organization with the use of
ideas reflected in training programs.
-The FINAL PROJECT is an innovation that ensures a qualitative increase in the efficiency of
processes demanded by the market.
Objectives of the FINAL PROJECT
The main objectives of the implementation of the FP are:
– Deepening, systematization, and integration of theoretical knowledge into practical
– Developing the Final Project, the ability to critically evaluate and generalize theoretical
– Application of the acquired knowledge in solving applied problems.
– Stimulating the skills of independent analytical work.
– Clarifying the preparedness of graduates for practical activities in the area of market
The FINAL PROJECT should be executed in the form of a report and should contain:
– A clear and informative cover page
– An introduction that indicates the purpose of the report
– The main part, which addresses the main issues of the Final Project
– The Conclusion with clearly stated results
– Applications that provide important additional information, inappropriate in the main
Introduction. The introduction contains the following main points:
– Main idea
– The relevance of the chosen idea, its theoretical and/or practical significance
– An explanation of how, by what methods, and in what order the author intends to solve
– An announcement of the structure of the work (the title of the chapters of work and
their brief descriptions)
– Characteristic of the main sources of information
The introduction should be short (no more than two-three pages) and clear. It should be made
clear from the introduction what the work (the purpose of the work) is devoted to, what tasks
and by what methods are solved in it, and what results should be achieved.
The main part of the work is the main content.
The essence of practical research is revealed in
this part, that is, the entire course of the search and evidence of the correctness of decisions
are carefully prescribed. The main goal of this part of the work is to answer the question
expressed in the Final Project. Each chapter of the work should be concluded with brief
Conclusion. In conclusion, it is necessary to clearly formulate the results obtained during the
implementation of the FP and the main conclusions to which the author has come. Conclusions
should be concise and organically drawn from the content of the work.
Applications are not an obligatory element of the FP structure. It is advisable to introduce
when the author uses a relatively large number of cumbersome tables, statistical
material, and computer program listings. Such material, placed in the main part, would make it
difficult to read the work.
Requirements for Registration
– The FINAL PROJECT text is prepared using computer-assisted document preparation. It is
preferable to use the Microsoft Word (Windows) or Pages (Mac OS) text editor
– The work is submitted in an electronic format, A4 format with portrait or landscape
– Recommended document field sizes: upper – 2 cm, lower – 2 cm, left – 3 cm, right – 1,5
cm. Line spacing – 1,15. Indent paragraph – 1.25 cm.
– Font guidelines – Times New Roman, Tahoma, Calibri.
– Work pages (including applications) must have end-to-end numbering. The first page is
the title page, on which the page number is not set.
– Tables and drawings should not only be numbered but also signed.
– The completed FP should be sent to the representative office in your area that will pass
it for evaluation. Keep a copy to avoid problems with a possible loss in transit.
– Orientation to the reader, clarity, and precision of the presentation.
– Optimum correlation between theory and practice.
– Structured and logical presentation.
– Use of adapted charts and tables where appropriate.
– Compliance with the main format.
– The FINAL PROJECT is a logically completed, independent study.
– The FINAL PROJECT is dedicated to the solution of actual problems taking into account
– The FINAL PROJECT is based on concepts and approaches, which are reflected in the
materials of an MBA programme.
– The FINAL PROJECT is original, includes elements that are aimed at the best solution to
the given problem.