Bachelor and Master Thesis

You can find all information about theses in the following Moodle course: There, you will find tendered research topics for Master’s and Bachelor’s theses, and the information on how to apply for them or propose your own topic. 

Topics for Bachelor Theses are announced three times per calendar year: 

  • on September 15th;
  • on December 15th, and;
  • on May 15th.

Topics for Master Theses are announced two times per calendar year: 

  • on January 15th; and;
  • on August 15th. 

To apply for a thesis (either Bachelor’s or Master’s), please choose one topic and write a short cover letter. In the cover letter, you should:
a) state your interest and why you are interested in this topic;
b) describe your profile, experience, and how you plan to address this topic;

Additionally, please provide a project proposal (exposé) document. The following sections should be presented and discussed in detail:
  • A brief introduction, which will define the thesis topic and explain the purpose of the thesis.
  • A literature review that outlines the most relevant readings and theories which pertain to the thesis topic.
  • A methodology section, which should include the research questions, hypotheses, participants, materials, and procedures.
  • A proposed time plan for carrying out the thesis and a risk assessment plan
  • A bibliography or reference list. Most of the sources should be from peer-reviewed articles or books. As with other academic papers, Internet sources should be limited.

Applications should be submitted per TOPIC and within the deadline via Moodle (

Applications via email, after the deadline or incomplete, will not be considered.