The master’s thesis is a research report written at the end of the Master's degree in Headache Disorders.
The master's thesis must demonstrate the student's ability to formulate, analyze and process issues within a relevant, limited scientific subject in a qualified way.
It must be scientifically structured and be founded in theory and literature within Headache Disorders field. It must satisfy academic standards for publications and must be written in English.
The student will be assigned a supervisor from the Danish Headache Centre. Before starting the thesis project, the student and the supervisor will sign and submit a signed thesis contract.
The required length of a Masters thesis is 30-35 pages (1 page = approximately 2400 characters including spaces, font size 12 pt. line space 1.5) excluding the cover page, abstract, table of contents, acknowledgements, list of figures, references and annexes. In addition, the thesis must be furnished with an Abstract that summarizes the research question, the methods used, important findings a discussion if relevant and a conclusion.
23 February - 11 May 2022 (individual writing) 14-18 June (campus)
EU/EEA citizens: 15,000 DKK
|Examination:||11 May 2022 (submission) and 14-18 June 2022 (oral exam)|
Master of Headache Disorders: 1 May 2020