Finalising the MSc education in a publication article
In the second semester of the second year students will write a master thesis on the basis of the research project. The thesis has to be presented at the yearly Research Master ‘Infection & Immunity’ symposium.
Requirements to finalise the education:
- The student is able to write a master's thesis including a description of the objective(s) of the investigation, a summary of the literature, materials used, methods applied, results obtained, discussion and the conclusion of the research and to present these data at the Research Master symposium.
- The student is able to write a PhD research proposal based on the data gathered and conclusions from his research master project.
- The student is able to write an article, which qualifies to be published in an international peer-reviewed journal.
Research Master symposium
The students will present the results of their research project at the Research Master symposium to peers, tutors, coaches, members of the research groups, members of the Steering and Program Committee and external experts (national or international) and others interested. At this symposium the master diploma, if applicable, will be presented together with the award for the best presentation.