Admitted to the pre-master Film and Photographic Studies.
The thesis is a written report of research which the student has carried out under supervision by a lecturer.
The thesis must demonstrate, among others, that the student is able to:
1. formulate a research question which displays insight into the methodological principles, central issues and state of the art of his or her field of research;
2. formulate a realistic research plan which fulfils the criteria set in the relevant field of research;
3. critically and analytically report on existing academic debates;
4. formulate ideas clearly and correctly.
The scope of the pre-master thesis generally corresponds to a maximum of 1000 words per ects including notes, bibliography and appendices per credit point. A pre-master thesis of 10 ects equals around 10.000 words.
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