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The culmination of the Ph D program of study is a doctoral dissertation, prepared with the guidance of a thesis advisor.
The dissertation must demonstrate originality and ability for independent investigation, and the results of the research must constitute a noteworthy contribution to knowledge in the field.
Students should start out by formulating a clear plan for the structure of the thesis, in consultation with their supervisor. Questions of style will only become relevant at a later stage.
Keep in mind that information which may not at first be included in the thesis might be useful later on, e.g. It is important to be precise and systematic in writing down one’s sources to avoid wasting time and looking up the sources and notes again at a later stage.
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Generally speaking, students are encouraged to select the topic of their thesis themselves usually based on a Master’s course that they followed.
In case of doubt, students can always consult the coordinator of studies.