The University offers support for thesis writers – take a look of the event schedule!
Are trying to finish your thesis during the spring semester? Get to know the different events and tools that Student services and the library are offering.
Student services organize events at Guidance Corner (Kaisa library, right next to the entrance in Fabianinkatu) that aim to support thesis writers with their work. The events are primarily meant for students studying in the old degree requirements who are planning to graduate before the end of the transition period. Other thesis writers can also register for the event, and they will get a possible confirmation after the sign-up period has closed.
The events are mainly organized in Finnish, but anyone can join the session and ask questions.
Spring 2020 events
28.2. 14-15:30 Status of your thesis – come make a plan for finishing your thesis
Are trying to finish your thesis during the spring semester and would like to hear how to make the most out of the time you left to do so? Register for the Status of you thesis- event where you will get guidance on the different stages of thesis writing and some tips on time management. You will also get concrete advice on building a consistent writing habit and maintaining your motivation.
23.3. 14-15:30 Close to the finish line – Tips for final editing and turning in your thesis
If you want to graduate during the academic year 2019-2020, it is advisable that you turn in your thesis plenty before summer. However, before submitting your thesis it is useful to check that your work meets the criteria for a good thesis. The workshop focuses on the common technical and structural issues in theses. You will also receive general information about the submission process.
The event is full, sign up has ended.
27.4. 12-14 Life after thesis – Verbalizing your skills for the job market
Did you manage to get your thesis done but have questions about the leap to work life? During their university careers, students manage to gather an impressive collection of skills but sometimes it is difficult to put those skills into words. In this workshop organized by the Career Services, you get to think about your own strengths for job-seeking.
Sign-up date will be announced later.
Monday marathons for writing! (Every Monday 9-11)
In addition to the event series, the computer lab 4060 in the Kaisa Library is reserved for thesis writers for the whole spring. The weeks will start with a guided writing session that is based on the Pomodoro technique (no session on 13.4.). You do not have to sign up for the sessions, just turn up a tiny bit before nine to set up. The Monday marathons will start on 10 February.