Thesis Agreement

Thesis Agreement

In addition to writing their final thesis, doctoral students must obtain studies (for example. B through seminars, courses, etc.). The amount of credits to be acquired is determined by the respective curricles. The doctoral student and the caregiver determine in the thesis agreement how these credits are obtained. PhD students are also encouraged to take courses that provide transferable skills and acquire other scientific qualifications (e.g. B through conference presentations). Courses should be chosen in such a way as to best fit a PhD student`s research project and professional career. The thesis agreement is concluded after a positive presentation to the faculty. The progress of the thesis project is documented in the annual annexes of the agreement. Image: This image explains the data flow for the digital approval of master`s contracts This field is used to calculate the filing time for students of an MsC in technology license.

They are invited to include Wollowing`s information in the agreement. The X is there because there is not the same addition in days for all programs. Ask your department if you are unsure of your filing date. Information on the completion of the framework contract in SharePoint and on the “standard master`s work contract in collaboration with an organization”. In the system, you can answer this question with “yes” and fill in information leading to a cooperation agreement with the company or organization concerned. It is worthily approved by you, the supervisor and the NTNU. The signature of the company or organization outside the NTNU must be saved outside the system. You will receive an email if the agreement is ready to be signed (after the digital application for NTNU authorizations) The framework contract is an agreement between the student, the tutor and the department that regulates the orientation, nature and theme of the final thesis, scope, character and responsibilities.

The master`s degree and the work on the master`s itself are governed by the universitets- og høgskoleloven, the NTNU Code of Studies and the current curriculum for the curriculum. . . .