Six-Year Postgraduate Degree Thesis
The six-year postgraduate degree thesis is worth eighteenth credits in your degree program. To be admitted to the final examination, students must have attended all the courses and passed the exams. The thesis is an original piece of writing produced by the student under the guidance of a supervisor.
When writing a dissertation, you can choose between a literature review, which is a review of the literature published on a given topic, and a practice-based dissertation, which describes clinical research conducted by the students themselves. Please note that the dissertation is supposed to reflect an individual experience, regardless of whether the actual research was the product of a research group.