The Bachelor's thesis is a "proof of competence". It is where you showcase your skills in the area of Media and Culture. The Bachelor's thesis allows you to share the competences and knowledge that you have acquired over the three years of the degree programme.
If you are taking the minor Gender Studies and/or the minor Postcolonial Studies and would like to receive further training in these fields, you can take the Gender and postcolonial studies research seminar and thesis courses: Research seminar Gender & PS (VR3V16001) and Thesis: Gender & Postcolonial (VR3V16002) instead of Research Seminar Media and Culture (MC3V20001) and Bachelor Thesis Media and Culture (ME3V20001).
Please put in a request with the Board of Examiners to approve these courses, so that they can count toward your degree.
Forms and procedures Bachelor's thesis
Your Bachelor's thesis will be assessed following specific evaluation procedures. You can prepare for this by reading the following documents and explanations prior to starting your thesis.
Once your thesis has been completed and approved, you will need to upload the final version in our thesis archive via Osiris > Cases. Choose Archive & publish thesis - Follow-up Case and Archive your thesis.