Bachelor

  • Applying for FSS 2023

    All bachelor theses in the Fall semester (FSS 2023) will start on 01.03.2023 and finish on 31.05.2023.  No theses will be graded, or certified as being sufficient for a passing grade, before the submisson deadline (31.05.2023). Suggested topics for doing a bachelor thesis in our group in FSS 2023 are described in the BachelorThesisTopics-FSS2023 document in the Dateien folder of the Ilias group Bachelor Thesis [Sond] [1. PG] (FSS 2023)  and the requirements/guidelines are described in the file BachelorThesisTemplate&Instructions document.

    To apply for a place, please join the aforementioned Ilias group and complete the Apply for a Thesis Place task by the deadline of 30.11.2022. To complete this task, please upload the following information in a SINGLE pdf document –

    1. curriculum vitae
    2. transcript of records,
    3. a list of all courses you are taking in the HWS 2022 semester,
    4. a short application letter indicating what topic(s) you would like to do. If it is your own topic you need to provide a title and a short descriptive abstract.

Master

  • Applying for FSS 2023

    All master theses in the Spring semester (FSS 2023) will start on 01.02.2023 and finish on 31.07.2023.  No theses will be graded, or certified as being sufficient for a passing grade before the submisson deadline (31.07.2023). Suggested topics for doing a master thesis in our group in FSS 2023 are described in the MasterThesesTopics-FSS2023 document in the Dateien folder of the Ilias group Master Thesis [Sond] [1. PG] (FSS 2023), and the requirements/guidelines are described in the file MasterThesisTemplate&Instructions document.

    To apply for a place, please join the aforementioned Ilias group and complete the Apply for a Thesis Place task by the deadline of 20.11.2022. To complete this task, please upload the following information in a SINGLE pdf document –

    1. curriculum vitae
    2. transcript of records,
    3. a list of all courses you are taking in the HWS 2022 semester,
    4. a short application letter indicating what topic(s) you would like to do. If it is your own topic you need to provide a title and a short descriptive abstract.