On Meeting Point – Master on CANVAS you will find all necessary information about the master’s thesis, including video presentations, topics suggestions, possibilities to search for writing partners, and links to rules and regulations for the master’s thesis. So please check out Meeting Point – Master before the information meeting.
programme 19 february
The meeting is in two parts – short presentations in Aud. Max, followed by stands in the Mirror Hall (Speilsalen) where students can get answers to any question they may have regarding their master’s thesis.
16:15-17:00 AUD Max: Short presentations and Q&A
General information about the master’s thesis
Jan I. Haaland, Programme manager, Master.
What can the Library do for you?
Benjamin Pfeil, Senior Adviser, Office of Research Administration and Library
How to work on your master's thesis
Tips and advice from experienced supervisors:
Carsten Bienz, Mette Bjørndal and Alexander Madsen Sandvik
17:00 – 18:30 The Mirror Hall – light food and stands
Do you struggle with questions like:
- What is required of a master’s thesis?
- How do you know if a thesis topic is within the subject area of your major (or majors, if you write with someone from another major)?
- Where can you look for possible topics for your thesis?
In this part, all majors (hovedprofiler) will have their own stand, thus giving you an excellent opportunity to discuss these and other questions with those in charge of the majors.
Overview of the stands:
- ACC Accounting/MRR
- BAN Business Analytics
- BUS Business Analysis and Performance Management
- ECN Economics
- ECO Economic Analysis
- ENE Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment
- FIE Financial Economics
- MBM Marketing and Brand Management
- STR Strategy and Management
Students have the opportunity to walk around and ask any questions they may have regarding the master’s thesis. They can also discuss possible thesis topics with the profile coordinators as well as with representatives of any research centre that may be present.