The graduation project consist of doing an internship and writing a Master's thesis.
An internship is a compulsory part of the Master's programme and lasts one entire block. Read more on information on internships.
The Master's thesis is an academic report in which you make an independent contribution to theatre or dance studies research. The starting point is a research question on which you base your response to your own research. Before starting your thesis, the second reader and the tutor need to approve your research proposal. They will then give you formal permission to commence the work by signing the Thesis protocol, which you will have to hand in at the Student Desk.
Every Master's thesis is assessed/graded by two reviewers. The thesis supervisor is the first reviewer; a second staff member acts as second reviewer. At least one of the reviewers is affiliated with the master’s programme for which the student is registered. In most cases this will be the thesis supervisor.
For more information, please refer to the programme book.