The Master thesis is a fundamental step in the Master’s program. The purpose is to build upon the theoretical foundations acquired during the lesson period by actually developing a work experience at Sant'Anna School or University of Pisa laboratories, or in one of the companies supporting the program.
During the thesis period, students can benefit from the support of an academic tutor (and possibly a company tutor). The result of the thesis work is documented in the final dissertation presented by each student at the end of the Master course.
The Master thesis work not only gives access to the Master graduation, but is also a fundamental step in the achievement of the Master’s goals. The quality of the master thesis is a fundamental metric in assessing the outcome of the individual Master experience and it is also an enabler for achieving higher goals in the professional career.
Master thesis proposals and graduation procedures
Feb. 2017: call 2017/18 is opening