The Master’s thesis is based on a subject that the student is free to select as long as they are relatable to the central disciplinary areas of the programme.
The Master’s thesis topic must be approved by the study board. Students must submit a structured thesis contract outlining and justifying a preliminary problem formulation as well theoretical framing and methodological points of departure. The contract also presents a commitment to the submission deadline as set by the study board.
Students who have chosen the specialisation in Global Tourism Development or Arctic Studies must write their thesis within this area and obtain approval from the study board as well as the specialisation responsible.
|Prøvens navn||Master's Thesis|
Skriftlig og mundtligThe examination will be conducted on the basis of a Master’s thesis prepared by one or a number of students. The Master’s thesis must be no shorter than 35 pages, and must not exceed 70 pages per student in a group, or 80 pages if the thesis is prepared by one student. An abstract in English of a minimum of one page and a maximum of two pages must be prepared.
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|Vurderingskriterier||A combined grade will be awarded for the written and oral parts
of the examination. A main emphasis will be on the written
The examination must demonstrate that the student can fulfil the objectives outlined above regarding knowledge and understanding, skills and competencies.
|Engelsk titel||Master's Thesis|
|Undervisningssted||Campus Aalborg, Campus København|
|Studienævn||Studienævnet for Tværkulturelle Studier|
|Institut||Institut for Kultur og Globale Studier|
|Fakultet||Det Humanistiske Fakultet|