Political Science: Master's (Two Years) Thesis in European Affairs
CONGRATULATIONS AND WELCOME TO THE COURSE STVM23
We are happy to welcome you to the Department of Political Science at Lund University. In order to accept and secure our offer please read the information below carefully.
Compulsory introductory meeting
The semester starts with a compulsory introductory meeting and thesis course introduction on August 30, at 15.15. The meeting will be held on Zoom, link will be sent before course start.
If you fail to attend without notifying the academic advisors you will loose your spot on the course which will be offered to a student on the waiting list.
Eligibility and Conditional offer
Specific Entry Requirements: To be eligible for the course the student must have passed at least 60 higher education credits of courses in the programme Master of Science (Two Years) in European Affairs, including 15 higher education credits in Methodology in Social Sciences.
It is important that you do the web registration on time or else you will lose your place and it will be offered to another applicant.
We would like to ask you to please send your preliminary thoughts about a possible topic, puzzle, and research question(s), to Rikard Bengtsson before 5 p.m. on August 19. Should you want to change your topic after the hand-in, it will not be a problem. Please hand in a preliminary topic even if you still feel undecided. Or, feel free to hand in two topics!
Schedule and classes
You can expect to have compulsory seminars on topics such as thesis plan, and three other seminars during the autumn, plus one-on-one supervision throughout the semester. However, the seminar topics and the extent of seminars can be subject of change but please note that, under normal circumstances, it is not a distance learning course and require your presence in Lund for supervision and seminar activities.
Both online and on-campus teaching
The 2021 autumn semester planning assumes that teaching and assessment will be conducted both digitally and on campus, provided that the relevant public authotities' regulations and recommendations allow campus-based teaching. International students are prioritized regarding on-campus lectures and seminars. For more information, please read more about the decision of the Faculty of Social Sciences.
More information will be given at the course introduction on August 30.
If you have any questions regarding the course please do not hesitate to contact the Academic advisors.
Director of Studies
Daniel Alfons, Mats Janér and Lidija Lindoff
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