The thesis topic will be chosen in consultation with the advisor.
After completing the thesis, it will be submitted for approval by the advisor. After this, the student will give copies to the thesis judges and examiners. A copy signed by the advisor will also be sent to the Graduate School Secretariat.
The thesis will be checked by the advisor (or advisors) and two examiners, one of them from outside the department.
In cases where it is not possible to find an outside examiner, a reasoned request will be made to the chair of the departmental master's degree committee.
In cases where there is more than one thesis advisor, the grades of all the advisors will be weighted as a single grade.
The thesis grade will be given to the Graduate School Secretariat individually by each judge, before the date of the final examination.
Scope of final essay
No more than 100 pages, excluding bibliography and appendices.
Instructions for writing the final essay for the master's degree
The student's final essay should be submitted to the Graduate School Secretariat.
The essay must be written in Hebrew, and printed (quarto or A4 size). It must be no more than 100 pages, excluding bibliography. It is suggested that in the first stage, the essay should be submitted unbound, and should only be bound by the student after approval by the judges.
Structure of final essay:
- Hebrew cover page (according to the example) on the binding
- Inside cover page (signed by the advisor)
- Acknowledgements page (if the student wishes to include one)
- Summary in Hebrew
- Working methods
- The course and results of the work
- List of literature
- Appendices (illustrations and tables) - if they are not in the body of the text
- Summary in English
- English cover page on the binding
- Format for sources - as is usual in scientific literature.
Links to examples of binding