Undergraduate gowns in Scotland Undergraduate students in the United College in full, United College of St Salvator and St Leonardwho are members of the Faculties of Arts, Medicine, and Science wear a scarlet cloth gown of knee length with open sleeves half the length of the gown and a burgundy velveteen collar.
Work should normally be printed double-sided on A4 paper, unless instructed otherwise by your tutor. The text should be double-spaced. The footnotes and bibliography should be single-spaced. Font size for text should be minimum 12pt; for footnotes minimum 10pt.
Allow a margin of at least 4cm 1. The title page should record the essay question, the matriculation number of the student, module code and title, and the date.
The bibliography should begin on a separate page at the end of the essay.
Use footnotes rather than endnotes. Footnote markers should be numerical and superscript e. All pages, including the title page and bibliography, should be numbered consecutively.
A running header containing the essay question only abbreviated if practical is useful, but not essential. Quotations of three lines or fewer should run on in the text and be enclosed in quotation marks.
Quotations of more than three lines should be inset and single-spaced, without quotation marks. Matter inserted into a quotation to clarify a point should be enclosed in square brackets, e.
All assignments have a clear indication of the expected word count. The final word count includes footnotes but excludes the bibliography.
Students need to adhere to the world limit for each assignment and each piece of written work is to be submitted with a clear indication of the word count. All works which appear in the footnotes will also be listed in the bibliography, but the bibliography may also contain additional works which do not appear in the footnotes.
The bibliography should be divided into manuscript, printed primary, and secondary sources.
Some undergraduate essays will contain only one section for secondary sources. In all sections the works should be listed alphabetically by author.
I Section One of Bibliography — archival sources if required The following order is recommended for the citation of archival sources, although the conventions of the repository or nature of the source may require a different form: Smith, 4 vols London, NB All entries should be organised alphabetically by surname of first-named author or editor.
For these different types of entries, please follow the following formats: Britain, Empire and the World, London, Germany, Cambridge, Unpublished work Cheshire, J.
Britain, Empire and the World, London,p. Abbreviated forms The first citation must be full, but second and subsequent citations of the same work should be in abbreviated, but readily identifiable, form: Retain the formatting as in the bibliography. Consecutive citations If consecutive references are to the same work use Ibid.New Criticism.
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Normally the essay should be written in a serif font (e.g., Times New Roman), and you should use a font size of 11 or 12 points. The text should also be formatted with a straight left margin, and a jagged right margin.
All pages should be numbered at the bottom. This article is . JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways. What is now Middlesex University was originally a vision for a People's University: A polytechnic that would unite science, society and creativity, theory and practice, gas engineers and sociologists.
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