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Bachelor Theses

The Chair of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Business Models participates in the allocation procedure WiWi-BOS, through which the registration and distribution of places takes place. In order to receive a fixed confirmation of supervision before the allocation via the WiWi-BOS system, you have the possibility to apply for one of our advertised topics. Successful participation in the course "Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten im Entrepreneurship und Innovationsmanagement" is a prerequisite for a firm pre-approval. To do so, please send your Transcript of Records with indication of the desired topic to Vanessa Thybussek by 1.3. (summer semester) or 1.9. (winter semester).

After your place has been allocated via WiWi-BOS, you will be added to our Moodle course. Here you can have a look at the topics that are still open and indicate your preferences.

The working time for bachelor theses is six weeks for 2-subject BA students and nine weeks for 1-subject BA students. At the beginning of the writing period, there will be two mandatory meetings at the university library, where you will be trained in literature research and literature management. In addition, an interim presentation of your work will take place approximately one month after the start of the writing period. Here you will receive feedback on the further development of your bachelor thesis. The bachelor thesis can be written in English or German. The length of the thesis to be written is 30-50 pages (incl. figures and tables that contribute to the understanding, excl. bibliography).

For general questions regarding bachelor theses, please contact Vanessa Lind via vanessa.lind@rub.de.

The following topics are currently available:

 

Master Theses

In order to write your master thesis at the Chair of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Business Models, you can apply for one of our advertised topics. Please apply with your Transcript of Records to Vanessa Thybussek at least two months before the start of the thesis. Approximately four weeks before the start of work, a first appointment will be made to discuss the topic. The successful completion of the module "Exploratory Methods in Entrepreneurship Research" is a prerequisite for writing the master thesis. In addition, successful participation in the course "Advanced Seminar Entrepreneurship" is desirable.

The master thesis can only be written in English. The length of the thesis to be written is 50 - 70 pages (including figures and tables that contribute to understanding, excluding references). The processing time for master theses is between 14 and 18 weeks, depending on the scope of the topic and the effort required for data collection.

For general questions about master theses, please contact Vanessa Thybussek via vanessa.thybussek@rub.de.

The following topics are currently available: