If you have taken a maturity test for your Bachelor's degree and demonstrated proficiency in a selected language, an abstract of the Master's Thesis written in this language may be approved as a maturity test.
In the abstract, the student should present and analyze the material, research methods and results of the thesis.
The abstract should provide the following information:
- The topic of the thesis
- The subject-matter, material and intention of the research
- Research methods used (if the research is of a theoretical nature and based on certain written material, the main source books should be mentioned; if the research is of an empirical nature, the methods used should be mentioned)
- Central research results
- Conclusions and proposals for action made on the basis of the results
The length of the abstract should not exceed one page (font size 12, spacing 1.5).
The maturity test will be examined by a representative of the subject in question. The test will be assessed using pass/fail grading.
The decision regarding the approval of the test will be made by the Faculty Education Committee on the basis of the statement submitted by the examiner (teacher in major subject).
No credits are awarded for the maturity test.
Last updated: 20.4.2017