Master Thesis Workshop

Most of you have now spent the last three semesters working on one of the biggest projects of your life so far: your master thesis project. In collaboration with KURT, we want to give you the chance to join a workshop that will give you a space to learn how to create your master thesis.

For all last-semester master students!

This is not a writer’s workshop as much as it is an opportunity to get inspired, get started, and start to understand what it means to write a good scientific story. As PhD students ourselves, we know what it’s like to not know where to begin, to have trouble piecing your thesis together, and to have that deadline looming above your head. But we made it through ours, and we’re here to help you make it through yours!

The goal of this workshop is to give you a platform where you can learn from experienced people in academia, discuss with other master students and spend some time creating drafts or continue editing your own text.

During our three-part workshop, you will learn:

Part 1: What does it mean to write a good Abstract and Introduction, and how do these sections set up the framework for my thesis? 

Part 2: How do I wrap it all up with a Discussion and Conclusion, and how can I open the door for further scientific study and dialogue?

Part 3: How can I explain my master work to a non-scientific audience in a way that is clear, concise, intentional, and accessible?

This digital workshop is planned for March and will have three weekly sessions, each running for two hours. This digital workshop is planned for March 11, 18, and 25 from 10 AM - 12 PM. If you are interested in taking part or want to learn more, please register here.

**Note that this is not a binding registration, but simply a statement of interest.

Looking forward to hearing from you!


Rebecca Robinson & Wanja Paulsen


Published Jan. 25, 2021 1:17 PM - Last modified Mar. 16, 2021 10:15 AM