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Thesis

Topic selection method

You can submit your Thesis proposal in Neptun from Wednesday, 10.00 o’clock 26th May 2021 until Tuesday 11.59 P.M. 1st June 2021.

This date applies to those Students in the Communication and Media Science BA/MA programmes, who wish to submit their Theses and take the Final Exam in the Fall semester of the 2021/22 academic year and have not submitted a thesis proposal yet.

Please remind that you can upload your Thesis proposal only in case you’ve already received the supervisor’s approval, otherwise it’ll be rejected. You can choose only ONE supervisor.

Please read the “Students manual for topic selection” file (among the flies on the bottom of this page) carefully, follow the instructions and keep the deadline!


Suggested topics
 
  • An external supervisor can be requested if the lecturers of the department are notable to undertake more theses. In this case, the permission of the Head of Department is required.
  • PhD students can also be requested as supervisors by students.

Deadline for submitting the thesis
 
  • Communiation and Media Science BA (Hungarian and English): Monday, 3 May 2021, 12:00
  • Sociology BA (Hungarian and English): Monday, 3 May 2021, 13:00
  • Communiation and Media Science MA (Hungarian and English): Monday, 3 May 2021, 14:00
  • Sociology MA (Hungarian and English): Monday, 3 May 2021, 15:00
The thesis has to be uploded to the Moodle System.

Request for Submission of Thesis after Deadline
 
  • Students have the opportunity to submit their theses after deadline. The student will be charged the fee (8400 HUF/day) payable for a thesis submitted after deadline in the Moodle system.
  • Deadline for BA Programs: Monday, 10 May, 4:00PM 
  • Deadline for MA Programs: Monday, 10 May, 4:00PM

Documents required for submitting a thesis

The declarations to be bound in the thesis : Warning! All declarations shall be affixed with signature and inserted “as an image” (in scanned format) in the designated spot in the thesis. Spot: on the page following the inside title page of the thesis, before the “Table of contents”, according to the order specified.
  • Declaration on the student’s own work. The student who submits the thesis shall declare that the thesis results from his/her own work. The text of this can be downloaded from here
  • Declaration from your supervisor: The original declaration signed bythe thesis seminar course leader/supervisor must be uploaded in pdf format. It is acceptable if the supervisor sends this declaration in email, using their official email address (@uni-corvinus.hu). When inserting the supervisor’s declaration into the thesis pdf, please make sure that the supervisor’s official e-mail address (from which the declaration was sent) is also visible, as this replaces the supervisor’s signature. Place: The page following the cover page of the thesis (before the ’Table of Contents’). The content of the declaration is available here
  • Declaration of whether the thesis was written during parallel program (only if it is relevant) Place: The page following the supervisor’s declaration. The content of the declaration is available here
  • Declaration of the publicity of the thesis. The content of the declaration is available here.

In the thesis submission course (on Moodle), the condition for uploading the thesis is filling out a questionnaire about the student’s own work, publicity and the final examination application.
  • Declaration on the student’s own work. The student who submits the thesis shall declare that the thesis results from his/her own work. The text of this can be downloaded from here
  • Declaration from your supervisor: The original declaration signed bythe thesis seminar course leader/supervisor must be uploaded in pdf format. It is acceptable if the supervisor sends this declaration in email, using their official email address (@uni-corvinus.hu). Place: The page following the cover page of the thesis (before the ’Table of Contents’). The content of the declaration is available here
  • Declaration of whether the thesis was written during parallel program (only if it is relevant) Place: The page following the supervisor’s declaration. The content of the declaration is available here
  • Declaration of the publicity of the thesis. The content of the declaration is available here.

In the Communication and Media Science progammes, students must submit a thesis abstract of 1500–3000 characters in length (without spaces; approximately 1–2 pages) alongside the thesis. The purpose of the abstract is to enable people who do not actually read the whole thesis work (such as non-board members attending the thesis defence or our future students) to quickly become familiar with the general content of the thesis. Place: Please submit the thesis abstract as a separate pdf file alongside the thesis.

 Students wishing to submit their theses more than two years after completing their studies should apply for thesis submission in Neptun. Name of application: Application for the continuation of the thesis writing after the issuance of the final certificate

Communication and Media Science BSc

Thesis Guide COM/BSc
Thesis Consultation and Submission Guide COM/BSc
Information on Deadlines and Procedures Regarding Thesis Submission in Academic Year 2020/2021 Autumn Semester
Deadlines 2020/2021
Students manual for topic selection

Communication and Media Science MSc

Thesis Guide COM/MSc
Thesis Consultation and Submission Guide COM/MSc
Information on Deadlines and Procedures Regarding Thesis Submission in Academic Year 2020/2021 Autumn Semester
Deadlines 2020/2021
Students manual for topic selection
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