Here you will find current information on the assignment of theses at the Chair of Entrepreneurial Behavior.
If you would like to write your thesis at the Chair of Business Administration XX - Entrepreneurial Behavior, please read the attached information carefully.
Design of theses.
- Bachelor theses can include a systematic literature review.
- Master theses should have a clearly empirical character (both qualitative and quantitative theses are supervised at the Chair of Entrepreneurial Behavior).
- Theses involving a cooperation with partners (for instance companies) are possible, but must comply with scientific regulations and methods.
Information on application deadlines can be found on the website of the Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation. There you will also find an overview of possible supervisors for your thesis as well as their research focus and other useful information.
The application for the thesis follow a three step process:
- First, you have to fill out the central application form at the Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation. You can find this on the website of the Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation.
- Subsequently, you will be contacted and receive further information on the assigned supervision.
- Afterwards, you can arrange a preliminary meeting with the supervisor, during which the topic to be worked on will be explained in more detail.
Below you will find essential information on the thesis colloquium.
- Students are required to attend the thesis colloquium on a regular basis.
- The colloquium is organised jointly by all chairs of the Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation and takes place once a month (for further information, please refer to the corresponding e-learning course).
- Bachelor students hold a presentation during the colloquium in the middle of the processing time.
- Master students hold a presentation at the colloquium once at the beginning and once at the end of their Master thesis.
The documents tab offer some files, which might be useful to e.g. get an overview of the format of your final thesis.