Master Thesis

The study programme is closed by the final state examanition, including defence of the Master thesis (MT).

  1.  MT – deadline overview
  2.  MT – formal aspects
  3.  MT- Archive
  4.  List of MT topics/ supervisors

 

MT – deadline overview
  1. Choose the MT topic and your thesis  supervisor (before the 3rd semester) – list of topics  find here (it is possible to suggest your  own topic after making an arrangement with your supervisor)
  2. Register into InSIS  for the Diploma Seminar, there you get detailed instruction how to work at your MT
  3. In the  3rd semester – gather information, sources and researches
  4. In the 4th semester – write and finalise the MT
  5. Finalise your MT Submission agreement into InSIS – deadline is by March 2017
  6. Submit your MT both in printed form in the ISM Office and in the online form into InSIS at latest until 10th May 2017.
  7. Defend your MT within your final state examination (at least one week before the state exam you will get the supervisor´s  and opponent´s  reviews). The state exam takes place on 9th June 2017.

 

MT – formal aspects
  1. The total lenght of the MT is 60 to 80 norm pages excluding annexes, printed in A4 format.
  2. Recommended line spacing 1.15, typeface – a proportional serif font of size 12 pt (norm/ standard page: 250-280 words/ 1.800 characters, including spaces)
  3. Pages are numbered consecutively except the front page.
  4. Do not forget to cite sources of all third-party information (citation, paraphrases).
  5. Structure of the MT:

Find here How to write thesis – presentation

All MT are to be checked by the anti-plagiarism software.

 

MT- Archive

Find here ISM Master Thesis Archive.

 

List of MT topics/ supervisors

(it is possible to suggest your  own topic after making an arrangement with your supervisor)

 

Berka, Petr
Doucek, Petr

 

Kučera, Jan

 

Novotný, Ota

 

Pavlíček, Antonín

 

 

Potančok, Martin

 

Řepa, Václav

 

Svatá, Vlasta

 

Svatoš, Oleg

 

 


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