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Students must begin working on their master's theses in the second semester of their studies. Please see the page the page System of Required and Optional Courses for an overview of the courses that you are required to take.
Students who are studying a double-subject study program can choose whether to write their master's thesis in the English Department or in their other subject. The following notes apply to master's theses written in our department.
When choosing a topic for the master's thesis, students should choose a topic covered by one of the modules offered in this study programme. Students should then look at the topics suggested by members of our department in IS (under Packages of Topics, under Student) and select a supervisor to contact and work out the details of their cooperation with. This should happen at the start of the second semester.
No matter what the topic, the theses must be written in English.
The final version of the thesis needs to have between 125,000 and 200,000 characters, which translates to approximately 50 - 80 pages (not including figures and appendices). The deadline for submission (uploading the thesis into the archive in IS) is 20 April. Two printed copies must follow soon after.
Evaluation of the thesis will be given based upon a rubric for evaluation. Students should refer to the General Guidelines for Writing Theses, as well as the Sectional Instructions for Theses for those writing in either the Linguistic or Literature modules.