Guidelines for Submission of a Master's Thesis at IKOS

You may hand in your Master's thesis between 1st of February and 1st of June in the Spring semester and between 1st of September and 1st of December in the Autumn semester.

Spring 2020: 

Please note that in the spring semester 2020 no printed copies are required, you submit your thesis only digitally.

Due to the corona virus we are able to grant a 2 week extension of the deadline without documentation of illness, or other factors related to the situation this spring that have caused a delay. You need to contact the study adviser by the 29th of May at 11:00 am to apply for more time. Please be aware that extending the deadline could result in the grading being delayed.

Deadline

Spring semester: 1st of June at 11:00 AM

Autumn semester: 1st of December at 11:00 AM

If the deadline falls on a public holiday, the deadline will be postponed to the next working day.

The department will not accept theses that are handed in after the deadline. In case of acute illness it is possible to apply for postponement for up to two weeks, as long as you contact your student advisor before the deadline and present a medical notice.

Day of submission

Your dissertation will be deemed to have been submitted on the date that all of the above have been received by the department.

Please note that in the spring semester 2020 no printed copies are required, you submit your thesis only digitally.
You may still order up to 5 printed copies of the thesis this semester, of which one is for your supervisor.

How to order printed copies of your thesis

  • Place your order online at The University Print Center.
  • You must specify the following codes when you place your order: “Stedkode” 143200, “tiltakskode” 690000, “prosjektkode” 000000.
  • The Department will cover up to five copies spring 2020.
  • The Department will cover one colour page per copy
  • You must pick up the printed copies at The Print Centre
  • You have to cover the expences for additional copies, colour pages or printing at private printing centres yourself

Restricting access to thesis in DUO

Read more on restricted access on the Library web page.

Contact your student advisor if you think your thesis should have restricted access.

Published Mar. 22, 2012 11:06 AM - Last modified Apr. 28, 2020 1:15 PM