The Bachelor Thesis requires the student to:

Every awarding institution and even specific course have their own standards and requirements for exactly how you should structure and format your bachelor thesis. Your BA thesis or BS thesis should follow exactly the format and structure that is prescribed for you. This is an academic document and as such is expected to meet the highest of standards for writing and structure.

Typically the structure of your bachelor thesis will follow the following:

Other interpretations of the question: The next thing to do while writing a bachelor thesis is to create a section where you should include all the research work done on the topic of your thesis. This section should include all debate, discussions, views and findings that are related to that topic. Different perspective of the topic is necessary. It should give the reader an insight into the various viewpoints of the topic and provides the reader with a balanced look at the approach of the question.

Exemplary bachelor thesis topics from the last year are:

Some of the difficulties experienced in bachelor thesis writing by students are:

I. Introduction
You have now arrived at an important step in your pursuit of an undergraduate education and in preparing for your future: writing your bachelor thesis. Your thesis must describe clearly and fully the goals of the research, the motivation, theories or hypotheses tested, methods used, target population, findings and the advice derived from your findings along with the conclusions drawn. Accordingly, you have to also acknowledge all sources of information you have used (both written and oral) in writing your bachelor thesis. Your thesis stands for your contribution to the knowledge of your field. Therefore, the final product must be written in a style and layout, which are acceptable, consistent and understood which is why this handbook has been prepared. This guide should answer your questions about the final written thesis. We recommend that you read it in its entirety before you begin writing your thesis. If you have specific questions that still are not answered, please contact Dr. Noha El-Baz ( ).