Some staff members may have contacts in the industry which may have projects to offer. Some companies may also keep their own lists of projects to offer, but you will have to track them down yourself. Importantly, you need to have a project which is also interesting for you, and of sufficient depth. You will also need to have a supervisor from within our programme, who will basically be your quality guard.
The Faculty also has a service where you can find projects offered by companies. Staff members can forward offers to: email@example.com.
Deliver this to the Students Administartion Desk.
In this form you list the courses that made up your master programme. Have is signed by the the Students Advisor of your Master Programme. Then deliver it to the Students Administration Desk.
By signing it, the Advisor approves your programme. This is taken into account by the Examination Board, which will have the final say on whether or not you can graduate.
Samples of previous master theses: here.
Then mail the confirmation you get from Igitur to the Students Administration Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Don't forget to do the above, because this is a requirement before you can graduate!
Additionally, mail a (pdf) copy to Corine Kranenberg-Jolles (email@example.com) so that our Department can separately archive your thesis.
Check here to see when the graduatrion ceremonies are. Taking part in a ceremony is of course only possible after you have technically completed your study. Take into account that the Board of Examination only meet about 10 times every year; a list of their meeting dates can be found in the same URL above.