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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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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
Deadlines for registration

6 registration dates:

1st of January submit thesis: 1st of June

1st of March submit thesis: 1st of August

1st of April submit thesis: 1st of September

1st of June submit thesis: 1st of November

1st of August submit thesis: 1st of January

1st of October submit 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

allocation of academic supervisor
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 exam registration
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.
theses prepared in groups scope of the thesis and oral defence
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
  • 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 Theses@bss
  • 2 printed copies of your thesis
  • 3 completed copies of the form 'Submission of master's thesis'
space reserved for thesis writers
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)