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 For students doing the Final exam in English Language Teaching

at SEAS (or at PPK) in the coming exam period

 

 

We would like  to inform you that the Methodology part of all the different final exam types will be based on these topics: http://delp.elte.hu/MAinELTfinalexam.htm

 

 

 

 

THESIS RELATED DEADLINES and FORMS

current DELP deadlines are in red for autumn 2022

Type

DELP DEADLINES:

 

Coordinator at DELP

Submission deadline of the Official Thesis Proposal form  (Címbejelentő / Szakdolgozati témabejelentő)

electronic submission in Neptun**

Thesis submission deadline at the Registrar (TH)

BA

One week before the TH deadline

(October 9, 2022)

Proposal to be signed by the supervisor and coordinator (szakfelelős) or deputy at DELP in Neptun 

Uwe Pohl

 

October 15 (8pm)

(semester before thesis submission)

mid-November

mid-April

 

November 15, 2022

MA in English (Culture)

One week before the TH deadline

(October 9, 2022)

Send proposal to:

hollo.dorottya@btk.elte.hu

Holló Dorottya

 

October 15 (8pm)

(semester before thesis submission)

mid-November

mid-April

 

November 15, 2022

MA in ELT

One week before the TH deadline

(October 9, 2022)* (to be confirmed)

Statement of Intent (Proposal)  to be signed by the supervisor and coordinator (szakfelelős) or deputy at DELP in Neptun 

Major Éva

October 15 (8pm)

(semester before thesis submission)

mid-November

mid-April

 

November 15, 2022

OTAK

One week before the TH deadline

(October 9, 2022)

Statement of Intent (Proposal)  to be signed by the supervisor  in Neptun 

Szesztay Margit

October 15 (8pm)

(a year before submission of thesis!)

mid-November

mid-April

 

November 28, 2022

MA in English Language Instruction

One week before the TH deadline

(October 9, 2022)

Statement of Intent (Proposal)  to be signed by the supervisor in Neptun 

Széll Zsófia

October 15 (8pm)

(semester before thesis submission)

 

mid-November

mid-April

 

November 30, 2022

*Please note that our internal deadline is aligned with the deadlines of other theses administered by DELP in order to distribute supervision evenly among colleagues. 

** Supervisors must indicate their endorsement or rejection of the proposals by 8 pm on 22 October and the tutor in charge of theses must reject or endorse them by 8 pm on 29 October in Neptun.

 

Further sites to check deadlines:

The Faculty of Humanities' website at

 https://btk.elte.hu/th - In Hungarian; Download the file "Hasznos tudnivalók (Határidős jegyzék)....

https://btk.elte.hu/dstore/document/5674/Hataridos_jegyzek_2022_23_oszi_felev.pdf  - in Hungarian

 

 

BA thesis writers,

To submit a thesis title for a BA thesis

1 You have to give a completed Statement of Intent to your supervisor. Discuss the topic, the title and the approach with your supervisor and finalise the title.

2 The title has to be submitted electronically on Neptun, where they will have to be approved of by the supervisor and also by Dr. Uwe Pohl, who is in charge of BA theses. If the title is not clear enough or is too broad or is problematic in any way, it may be rejected and improvements may be required.

NB: Please observe the deadlines indicated in the table above.

 

MA in English (Culture Track & Australian Studies) proposals

To submit a thesis title for an MA in English thesis

1 You have to prepare a proposal and submit it to your supervisor. Make sure to revise and improve it based on your supervisor's advice. Then send it to Dr. Dorottya Holló for a final check before submission.

2 The proposals will have to be submitted electronically on Neptun, where they will have to be approved of by the supervisor and also by  Dr. Dorottya Holló, who is in charge of MA in English theses. If the proposal does not reflect the topic and approach of the thesis appropriately or does not meet the requirements in any way, it may also be rejected and improvements may be requested.

NB: Please observe the deadlines indicated in the table above.

 

OTAK students

If you are planning to submit a thesis in English, you need to:

1 Think of a topic – possible topics and find a supervisor. If your thesis is directly teaching related, look for a supervisor from DELP or DEAL. If it’s more closely related to literature or language study, look for a supervisor from DES, DAS, or DELG. If your thesis is not directly teaching related, it still needs to include a chapter that discusses teaching aspects and implications.  

2 If your supervisor is from DELP or DEAL, you will need to hand in/send a Thesis Proposal to your supervisor. Make sure to revise and improve it based on your supervisor's advice.

3 You have to submit your thesis title on Neptun and anyhing else that your supervisor requests (e.g., proposal, reading list). These will then be approved by your supervisor and by Dr. Margit Szesztay, who is in charge of OTAK theses. If the tile and/or the proposal is not suitable for an OTAK thesis, it may be rejected and improvements may be requested.

NB: Please observe the deadlines indicated in the table above.

 

- Statement of Intent for OTAK theses

- Thesis information from the Teacher Training Centre: https://tkk.elte.hu/szakdolgozat/

 

- Statement of Intent for MA in ELT theses

 

 

MA in English Language Instruction students Please use this form for your thesis proposal:

Link to the Thesis synopsis (Thesis Proposal) 

NB: Please observe the deadlines indicated in the table above.

 

 

 

 

SEAS statements on professional and public issues

 

Following various threats to academic freedom and professionalism, SEAS staff and the leadership of SEAS have issued a number of statements. These can be read at:  

http://seas.elte.hu/dokuwiki/about#statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

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