Following the successful completion of the instructional components of the programme, students are required to complete and submit a thesis on a topic of their choice. It must address and analyse a substantive issue of International and European Business Law.
Through the application of all the knowledge and skills acquired in the programme, the thesis covers all the aspects of the material taught to the students. The thesis can be either comparative or restricted to a single paradigm. It is supposed to investigate and present new and innovative findings in areas which have already been defined, and should not be merely descriptive. Ideally, the thesis is of publishable quality.
The topic is selected in collaboration with the Programme Coordinator in the spring term. The student will also define the method of research and the form of their final presentation of the results together with their personal thesis supervisor.
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