Please keep the discussion polite, no need to get rude.
for commercial activities we have the gigs and collaboration section.
the student who pays for getting his homework done will in the end not be a good engineer,
I've seen students fail their graduation because they could not explain the code they had "written"
You should give far more details about your project (goal, sensors etc) to get a meaningful answer. As a graduation project is showing you can act as an engineer you should come up with the criteria (requirements) to make the choice, no one can make them for you. When you have your requirements ready (unambiguous, complete, and testable) the choice of the board is just checking the specifications.