Dissertations for Good

We partner students with organisations to collaborate on dissertations into economic, social and environmental sustainability.

Completed Projects

Environmental performance of refurbished buildings


Comparative study of weather files and buildings


Comparative study of weather files and buildings


A baseline assessment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within European Student Union web environments


Consumer views of time-of-use energy tariffs


Social impacts of professionals on young people

“It gave me an idea of what topics are actually current, prioritised and of specific interest to the partner.”

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Dissertations for Good is giving you the opportunity to be a part of meaningful, exciting and important work into sustainability and social responsibility.

We are at the cutting edge of the field, with enthusiastic and intelligent students answering the real questions that organisations have.

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How can this website help you?

Whether you’re a student searching for inspiration or an organisation who needs some answers, by registering on this website you will be one step closer to creating a practical and impactful piece of work.

Dissertations are often the most robust pieces of work students put together during their time in education, breaking fresh ground and providing valuable new insights. We are using this work as a force for good and proving that our society is taking our responsibilities seriously. We are embedding sustainability into student education, and showing that we already have the skills and drive to solve the problems we are facing.

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We have already supported projects ranging from measuring building performance in relation to projected climates, to the impact of professionals on young people, to tackling the causes behind local hunger.

Whether you have an idea or are just interested in seeing what's out there, feel free to register and create yourself a profile. What happens next is up to you.