Nicolas Le Grand
Saunders M. et al. 2019. Research Methods for Business Students. 8th Edition. Prentice Hall (avalaible as an ebook on FINNA via the Vlebooks portal
Thesis from former and current IB students
Workshops/All group meetings, self-studies, thesis seminars, and reflection on thesis
- 2 individual Assignments: pass/failed
- Research Proposal: pass/failed
- Attendance to thesis seminars
03.01.2022 - 22.06.2022
01.12.2021 - 23.01.2022
15 - 40
Liiketalous (not translated)
Nicolas Le Grand
After your thesis proposal is accepted, you will be assigned a thesis supervisor. One important objective of this course is to get you started with your thesis.
Degree Programme in International Business (not translated)
To be discussed with the responsible teacher
There is no exam for this course.
Learning by doing, flip learning and case study approach.
Attending lectures and thesis seminar: 10 hours
Research Proposal: 40 hours
Individual Assignments and self-studies: 60 hours
Commentaries and assessment of thesis: 30 hours
Research process and thesis writing process
Defining thesis objective, research questions and research scope
Identifying and using reliable and relevant past research (a literature review)
Quantitative and qualitative data collection methods
Analyzing qualitative and quantitative data
Individual meeting with the responsible teacher to discuss and receive feedback on your research proposal
Writing your research proposal
The main component to pass is the Research proposal. The other components (individual assignments...) are there to help you to write of a better research proposal and have a clear understanding of what the thesis writing process and requirements are at TUAS.