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Master thesis information meeting. PROGRAMME . 13.00 – 13.15 ” Rules and deadlines ” by Tine Bækkelund, student counsellor 13.20 – 13.50 “ Writing a thesis ” by Sophie Esmann Andersen 13.55 – 14.10 “ Corporate contracts via AU Career ” by Anja Egeberg

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Master thesis information meeting


PROGRAMME 

13.00 – 13.15”Rules and deadlines” by Tine Bækkelund, student counsellor

13.20 – 13.50“Writing a thesis” by Sophie Esmann Andersen

13.55 – 14.10 “Corporate contracts via AU Career” by Anja Egeberg

14.15 – 14.30 ”Information and research when writing your thesis” by AU Library


Deadlines for registration

6 registration dates:

1st of Januarysubmit thesis: 1st of June

1st of Marchsubmit thesis: 1st of August

1st of Aprilsubmit thesis: 1st of September

1st of Junesubmit thesis: 1st of November

1st of Augustsubmit thesis: 1st of January

1st of Octobersubmit thesis: 1st of March

After registration: 5 months to write your thesis

After submission of your thesis: 1 month for evaluation and oral defence

Three attempts at passing the thesis: Modified thesis synopsis and a new deadline of three months


Registration 1st of January


Allocation of academic supervisor

  • Prepare a proposal for a thesis synopsis (1/2 page)

    - tentative title

    - tentative problem statement

    - tentative research approach (methods/theory)

    - tentative description of data basis, if relevant

  • Fill in ”Form for allocation of academic supervisor”

  • Submit proposal and form to the department secretaries

    - Deadline is 1 month before the registration deadline

    - Note: Deadline is June 15th if you plan to register 1st of August

  • Your programme coordinator will then allocate a supervisor

    - You are free to make a request for a specific supervisor


Thesis registration (= examregistration)

  • Prepare the thesis synopsis

    - tentative title

    - tentative problem statement

    - tentative research approach approx. 1 page

    - tentative description of data basis, if relevant

    - tentative outline

    - tentative list of litterature

  • Prepare a plan for the thesis process (goals for each month)

  • Fill in ”Thesis registration”. It must be signed by you and your supervisor.

  • Submit thesis registration form with thesis synopsis and plan to the department secretaries before the registration deadline.


Thesesprepared in groups, scope of the thesis and oral defence:

  • The thesis may be prepared in groups of max. 3 students

  • Scope:

    - 1 student: 50-80 standard pages (2.200 characters, no spaces)

    - 2 students: 75-120 standard pages

    - 3 students: 100-150 standard pages

  • Scope: Excl. table of contents, literature list, abstract and appendices, but incl. notes.

  • Length of the abstract: Max. 2 standard pages.

  • Individual oral exam: 45 min.


THESIS ONLINE – HOW TO SUBMIT:

  • Register and upload your thesis at [email protected]

  • Print the receipt for your upload/registration (= proof that you have uploaded/registered)

    Any questions: contact the Library

  • Submit at BSS Study Service, Tåsingegade 3, building 1443, room 021

  • A copy of the mail receipt from [email protected]

  • 2 printed copies of your thesis

  • 3 completed copies of the form 'Submission of master's thesis'


Space reserved for thesiswriters

  • Study portal  teaching and examination  Study environment and facilities  Study spaces, group work & places for thesis students

    • Nobel library or library at Bartholins Allé in 1351 in the University park,

    • Registration forms  Thesis writing seats in the R-building (15 seats for the students with the highest grade point average from 1st and 2nd semester)

  • AU Library, Fuglsangs Allé  Practical information  Booking of study carrels  study carrel when you are writing your master thesis (30 seats – first come, first served)


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