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To be allowed to start with the thesis project, you must have obtained at least 67.5 EC. The contents of the project should be related to a GMT topic.Registration
Before starting your thesis project, you need to fill in a research project application form and deliver it to the student desk. The form needs to be signed by you, your project supervisor (UU staff member), the GMT master coordinator (Roland Geraerts, BBG 4.18), and an examination board member (will be arranged by the student desk). Also ensure that you have included a second examiner (UU staff member). At least one UU staff member needs to be an Associate or Full professor.
On the above page, please also read about the delay protocol. Among other things, it says: 'There will be strict adherence to the ending date as specified (before starting the project) in the 'application form'. If an assessment is reasonably possible on the ending date, the assessment will be made and processed.'
You are advised to work full time (i.e. 5 days per week), but 4 days per week is also allowed. In that case, please note that your project takes 25% more time to finish.Graduation rooms
During your master's thesis project, you're cordially invited to work in the GMT graduation room: BBG 4.25. Please first make an appointment with the GMT coordinator (Roland Geraerts) to find out whether there is a spot available. The room's key can be retrieved from the secretary. If BBG 4.25 is full, then you can find spot in BBG 6.83.External project
You have the possibility to do your thesis project at a company or government institute. In that case, one of the staff members of the department should approve the project and serve as a supervisor.
The GMT staff will occasionally send calls for internships by e-mail. Some calls are posted on this page. In case of a project or internship outside of Utrecht University, please make sure you have filled out the 'daily supervisor' section in the research project application form. If an external party hosts you as a student, you also need to provide a Work Place Agreement. Please also consult this page for more information.Scope constraints
The topic of the master thesis should lie within the domain of game and media technology. We encourage you to choose a topic that fits your supervisor’s interests and ongoing work closely.Body of the work
This section describes the version for students who started in September 2014 or later, but this information is also relevant for students who started earlier.
The MSc thesis is split into two parts: 15 EC (preparation) and 25 EC (execution). This comprises 3 periods of work (including the GMT colloquium), which is about 7.5 months of work.
The first part comprises 1 period of full-time work. The student will complete (at least) the following deliverables:
After the first part, the supervisors will make a go/no-go decision (so you will not get a grade). This decision will be entered in Osiris.
For some projects it may be convenient to already start with parts of the second part (e.g. develop theory or implement an algorithm).
The second part comprises 25 EC (2 periods). You will complete (at least) the following items:
Your thesis is usually assessed by using the following criteria:
To receive a cum laude, your grade for the second part should be at least 8.5. The grade for part 1 is averaged with the grades for all the master courses.Other useful information
If you want to take a look at master theses from the past, look in Igitur.
Please also read GMT regulations.
Procedures around the completion of your project
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