A list of the currently offered topics for a Bachelor’s Thesis or a Master’s Thesis can be found either online on the overview for theses at the different chairs or posted on the bulletin boards outside the professors’ offices.
Writing a Master’s Thesis usually requires 5 months (full-time). Before this period begins, candidates must first design a work plan, amounting to a total of 5 ECTS credit points and roughly equivalent to one additional month of full-time research. Therefore, the total workload for a Master’s Thesis amounts to 6 months.
Are you looking for an interesting and meaningful topic for your degree thesis? Do you hope to receive support during the research and writing process? Then you should take a look at our current postings for thesis topics. Maybe you’ll find just the right topic for you. Alternatively, feel free to suggest your own topic – we’d be happy to consider it.
Please apply by using the online form for spontaneous applications. You should submit your application three to six months before the planned start date for your thesis work. You application should contain the following:
Have you got a final thesis in the pipeline? Whether it’s for your bachelor’s or master’s degree, Bosch has pioneering topics for your final thesis in a host of disciplines. We’re at the vanguard of technical development and innovation is our lifeblood. That makes us such a strong partner for your thesis. Plus, you’ll be able to forge invaluable contacts for when you enter the working world.
Explore your topic at the interface between theory and practice in collaboration with our specialists and your university. You’ll always have your personal mentor and our expertise to fall back on.
We would be interested to hear from you if you would like to write your final thesis at our company. Your work will also receive attractive financial compensation.
We will actively support you with the search for suitable accommodation or will provide you with an apartment depending on your specific situation and the available accommodation.
May 5, 6, and 7, 2020
If you are a member of the Syracuse University School of Architecture community, please log in with your SU credential here to access online links.
Joint Doctoral students with SDSU should use the JDP signature page link here.
The slides from the July 8th Summer 2020 webinar can be found here. They provide an overview of the dissertation/thesis submission process and formatting guidelines. Please refer to the full formatting manual for detailed information.
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