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  • Don’t forget to substantiate your masters’ programme and to have it approved by the Examination Board.

  • Ensure you participate in the thesis writing workshop from the outset. Make certain you get a thesis supervisor onboard as soon as possible. Do not postpone working on your thesis until the end of the year.

  • It is advisable to round off your internship (in Dutch) within one semester.

  • You can participate in workshops during your masters and obtain personal career guidance. Take a look at ru.nl/ftr/careerservice (in Dutch).

  • Is your thesis ready and approved by your supervisor? Then please refer to the student administration regarding defending your thesis.

  • Have you obtained all the required masters’ study credits? Then please apply for your master's diploma. During the presentation you will be expected to describe the subject of your thesis in a presentation lasting a maximum of three minutes.