Once your revised contract has been approved, the new deadline date is set to 3 months after the original deadline date first examination attempt.
Topics of study are genetics, biotechnology, production systems, and the interaction of agriculture with nature, among others.
Find more information in the course description 'Master's thesis' in the AU course catalogue. In the case of fieldwork, you should describe the area and sites in which the research was carried out. Please make sure that you use your AU email.
Thesis with oral defence The defence takes place within the four week assessment period, which starts on the date where the thesis is submitted. Naturally, this means that it is not binding. Deadline for submission 1 June registration 1 February Summer submission 15 November: Automatic registration for the master's thesis 1 December: Deadline for submission of master's thesis contract Start December: Allocation of supervisors 15 January: Deadline for submission of problem statement to supervisor 1 February: Start of thesis writing period 1 June: Deadline for submission of master's thesis Winter submission 15 May: Automatic registration for the master's thesis 1 June: Deadline for submission of master's thesis contract Start June: Allocation of supervisors 15 August: Deadline for submission of problem statement to supervisor 1 September: Start of thesis writing period.
Your second attempt starts automatically, and your new submission deadline will be three months after the original deadline. You must not use the registration web form for your 2nd and 3rd examination attempt, but please instead contact your supervisor directly.
Read more on how to convert your paper to PDF. If the submission date is a Saturday, Sunday or a holiday, the deadline is the first working day after the deadline. About the Degree The core of this programme is biology, with perspectives on sustainability, environmental impact, animal health and welfare, plant health, and product quality.
About the Degree IMABEE offers students the opportunity to compose an individual study programme in biodiversity, ecology, and evolution by combining elements from complementary programmes at the two selected partner universities.