Master’s programmes at DSV end with a Master thesis. You select and implement relevant scientific methods to write an academic thesis in relation to one of the Department’s research areas. A two-year master thesis consists of 30 credits and a one-year master thesis of 15 credits. You study at a 100% study pace for a 30 credits work and a 50% study pace for a 15 credits work.


  • You need to enrol by submitting a project idea before the deadline
  • You need to fulfil the requirements

Master’s students are suggested to write in pairs of two but you are also allowed to work on your own.

You can find more information regarding deadlines and requirements in Thesisinfo in iLearn

Master thesis during the spring semester

  • Deadline for the project idea is in the second half of November (submission period is open from from the start of November to the second half of November).
  • Course starts in the middle of January.

You can find exact dates for the submission period, deadline and course start in Thesisinfo in iLearn.

Aids during the thesis

All information about what to do before, during and after the thesis, is available in Thesisinfo in iLearn.

Communication with supervisors, reviewers, opposition and examiners is carried out in the SciPro Projects system


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