I will make you a better writer

I am a masters graduate from the London School of Economics with a bachelors degree in law. I received a distinction for masters in sociology, and was in the top 3 of my class for my dissertation. I have experience working for the United Nations and other international organisations. I can assist with writing grants, research proposals, briefs, memos, essays, and published reports. I am currently working on my own PhD application.

Academic areas of expertise and research interests: Sociology, Media and Communications, Political Science, Philosophy
Service Type:
Proofreading
Translation
Critique and advice
Language improvement
Code checking
Formatting Style (APA, MLA, Chicago ect.)
Text Type:
Abstract
Monography
Conference paper, written lecture
Edited volume
Article (Journal paper, Book chapter)
Term paper
BA thesis
MA thesis
PhD thesis
Accepted formats:
Google Docs
Microsoft Word
Powerpoint
PDF
Can complete task in : Under 7 days
Number of revisions: 2
1st degree from: University of Hong Kong
Subject area: Bachelor of Laws
Qualification Level: Bachelor
Date of graduation MM/YY: 09/16
2nd degree from: London School of Economics
Subject area: Masters of Science
Qualification Level: Masters (MA)
Language: English
Language competency: Native
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Education

University Degree Field of study Grade Date
University of Hong Kong Bachelor of Laws Law 2:1 2016-08-01
London School of Economics Masters in Science Sociology Distinction 2017-09-01

Experience

Organisation Role Date
United Nations Research Assistant 2017-11-01
ATGENDER Researcher 2018-04-01
Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy Researcher 2018-07-01

Certificates and awards

Name Date
HKU Foundation Scholarship 2012-2016 2012-09-01
LSE Dissertation Distinction 2017-09-01

Publications

Name Title Type Date
10th European Feminist Research Conference Early Career Researchers Other 2018-09-15

Languages

Language Proficiency
English Native

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