Theses

Theses

Dear students,

Would you like to write your thesis in our department? We are pleased about your interest. Please note the information, requirements and deadlines below.

    Important information

    • Theses are advertised via the Stud.IP tool "Thesis topics". Alternatively, the advertised theses can also be viewed on the personal Stud.IP pages of the members of the department.
    • If you are interested in a thesis, please apply during the application period (by 15.12. for the coming summer semester or by 15.6. for the coming winter semester) by filling in (1) your name, (2) your degree programme and (3) a short explanation of your choice of topic using the contact form in Stud.IP.
    • Applications with your own thesis topics can be submitted during the application phase mentioned above. To do so, send an email with the details of (1) name, (2) degree programme and (3) an outline of your project idea (approx. one page) to training@uni-oldenburg.de. Please note that your topic must have a training science background.
    • Instructions and a format template for theses, an endnote style and criteria for the exposé can be found in Stud.IP under the study group: Theses 'Sport and Training'.

    Deadlines

    Prerequisites

    • You should be enthusiastic about the subject of training science or training science issues.
    • Good knowledge of (quantitative) research methods and (quantitative) data analysis is expected.
    • For Bachelor's theses, the modules spo150 "Specialised Science of Sport and Training" and spo125 "Specialised Science of Sport and Exercise" as well as at least one seminar, e.g. in the area of specialisation on the basics of scientific work (preparatory course) should have been successfully completed.
    • In the case of Master's theses, at least one seminar in exercise science should have been taken in the module spo720 (Master of Education) or in the module spo820/spo825 or spo810/spo815 (master's degree programme) in the course of study.

    Posted topics can also be found on the personal Stud.IP pages of the members of the research group:

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