There has been a update on the possibility of funding for my FMP (Final Major Project), which would allow me to travel across the UK visiting the clients. After sending my application forms in last week, which I posted about previously, i have had confirmation from the person in charge discussing the dates and times for my interview and presentation. Having been given the time slot 3:00pm to 3:20pm, I will present a well researched documentation of the project to a series of the board members and members of the university. The interview will consists of a 10 minutes presentation (discussing the project, research materials, budgeting and the development) and then a small 15 minutes time for the board to ask questions about any feature with in the project.
When writing and presenting a well documented project, you have to think about all the key areas your project will focus upon and the greater impact your series will have. At the end of the day, the way your present the work passionately and the way you present yourself can portray the serious impact of your work, demonstrating what you want from the project and what you want to give back.
Presentation and Interviews:
The passion you have for the project and how you feel it will impact the public.
Be clear and concise about the project but still have the in-depth research which will help define the work you want to produce.
Clearly show your break down of the funding (portraying the amount of budgeting you need to each location or other materials).
Demonstrate your expected outcome and what you as a individual can do if you have any issues.