Master thesis

Last changed: 11 November 2019

Independent projects (degree projects) must be processed in accordance with the same procedures and responsibilities as other higher education at SLU. In some respects, however, independent projects (degree projects) differ from other courses.

You can write your independent project in Swedish or English, as indicated in the course syllabus. You will usually report on the project both in writing and orally.

You are primarily responsible for the completion of the independent project and SLU has a responsibility to create good conditions to help you carry out the project. Each student must have a supervisor for their project. The supervisor and the examiner cannot be the same person.

At basic level, the independent project can ideally be carried out together by small groups of no more than three students, although the input into the project must be reported and assessed individually.

All independent projects will be checked for plagiarism (in Urkund) before being approved and subsequently published in SLU’s electronic archive for student projects.

For more information about Bachelor thesis, please visit the swedish page

Business administration

Generally, bachelor theses in Business economics can be supervised by any business economics researcher in the department. We will assign supervisors based on a short research proposal from the student to achieve good matches. In the spring 2020 thesis courses, the list of people below is available for supervision. Feel free to have a look at their profiles on the department staff page to get some inspiration on possible topics, but please keep in mind that we will assign them to you based on your research proposals.

  • Karin Hakelius
  • Per-Anders Langendahl
  • Johan Gaddefors
  • Carl-Johan Lagerkvist

Economics

Generally, bachelor theses in Economics can be supervised by any economics researcher in the department. We will assign supervisors based on a short research proposal from the student to achieve good matches. In the spring 2020 thesis courses, the list of people below is available for supervision. Feel free to have a look at their profiles on the department staff page to get some inspiration on possible topics, but please keep in mind that we will assign them to you based on your research proposals.

 

  • Assem Abouhatab
  • Birhanu Addisu Adamie
  • Wei Huang
  • Pia Nilsson
  • Enoch Owusu Sekyere
  • Shon Ferguson
  • Sarah Säll
  • Rob Hart
  • Helena Hansson
  • Efthymia Kyriakopoulou

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Contact

Business administration

Richard Ferguson
Researcher at the Department of Economics; Rural Entrepreneurship 

Telephone: 018-671731
E-mail: richard.ferguson@slu.se


Economics

Jens Rommel
Researcher at the Department of Economics; Decision-making and Managerial Behavior

E-mail: jens.rommel@slu.se