Master's Thesis

Course Description

- Course Description (.pdf) - valid for students who sign the contract from July 1st, 2015

Course description (.pdf) - valid for students who sign the contract before June 30th, 2015

- Course description (.pdf) - valid from Autumn 2016

General Guidelines

All general information on the master thesis process, deadlines, submission procedure etc. can be found in the following guidelines:
- General guidelines (.pdf) - updated on January 13, 2017.

Registration of master thesis and completion of contract, supplementary form and synopsis

Please check the General Guidelines above for further instructions.

The following link must be used for completion of  contract and submission of your synopsis and supplementary form: (link) 

Template for supplementary form:
PDF: Supplementary form (.pdf)
Word: Supplementary form  (.word)

Please note that your contract must be approved by your supervisor and the head of studies before you start writing your master thesis.

Example of front page for master thesis

Front page for master thesis (.word)

Examples of potential master thesis supervisors

Supervisors (.pdf)

The potential supervisors in the above document are from the Unit for Health Promotion Research and the Centre for Maritime Health and Safety (CMSS). However, you are more than welcome to contact any potential supervisors from other departments at the Faculty of Health Sciences or from other faculties at SDU, as long as the supervisors have a Ph.D. or documented research experience of at least 4 years.

Graduation ceremony

The graduation ceremony will be held on 28th June 2018 at 14:00. Further information with details of how to register will follow in May 2018.

Useful links

- Get inspiration to start your thesis on this link!
- Read about the master thesis process on SDU's website on this link
- Visit the master thesis module on Blackboard   

Contact details

Please contact study secretary Linda Fritze Madsen,, if you require any further information.

Further information

The University's general information regarding the Master's Thesis (available in Danish and English)


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