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Submission of Master Thesis

For submission of the Master Thesis you have to show you valid student-ID and your identity card in the examination office.

The student has to submit the Master Thesis in triplicate by the deadline. If the Examination Office is closed at the day of the deadline, you will have to submit your master thesis on the next open day of the examination office.

During the hand-over of the Master Thesis (NOT before), you will have to confirm by signature a statement to the effect that the Thesis was written independently and that none other than the specified sources and aids were used and that any citations have been marked. This statement is part of your thesis and should be bound with the text in all three copies. Furthermore you have to submit two printouts of the following form: AnnahmeMA.

If you want to include attachements in your master thesis in a data storage media form, please notice, that we only accept CD/DVD's as data storage mediums. The media has to be included in your master thesis via a bonding sheet. Media as USB-Sticks can't be accepted.

For further information please look up the paragraphs below in our examination rules.

Abstract of the Master Examination Regulation:

§17 (7): When submitting the Master Thesis, the candidate has to confirm in writing that the Thesis – in the case of group work the correspondingly marked part of the Thesis – was written independently and that none other than the specified sources and aids were used and that any citations have been marked. The Examination Office may, where there is any doubt, demand from the candidate an affidavit with regard to this as well as a version of the Master Thesis which allows an electronic match to be made (diskette, CD ROM etc.).

§18 (1): The Master Thesis shall be handed in to the Examination Board, by the deadline, in triplicate; the time of submission will be put on record. Once handed in, a Master Thesis can no longer be withdrawn by the candidate. If the Master Thesis is not handed in by the deadline, it will be evaluated as “nicht ausreichend” (5.0) (inadequate).

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