Department of English Language Pedagogy
School of English and American Studies - Eötvös Loránd University
1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 5. tel.: (36-1) 485 52 00 extension: 4407, email: email@example.com
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 spring 2020
*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.
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://www.btk.elte.hu/en/content/useful-information.t.3443?m=252 - In English (This is less detailed than the Hungarian version.)
The Teacher Training Centre's website at http://tkk.elte.hu/category/hallgatoknak/
- The Official Thesis Proposal Form for MA in ELT Theses can be downloaded from:
- The Official Thesis Proposal Form for OTAK Theses can be accessed from:
OTAK students handing in their thesis in the Spring of 2021 need to hand in the following:
A ’Szakdolgozati Témabejelentő Lap’ in 3 copies. This needs to be signed by the supervisor and by Szesztay Margit as ’szakfelelős’. 2 copies go to the TO (Hegyi Zsófia, groundfloor Room 14.), 1 copy stays with Szesztay Margit. (So have three copies for signing.)
You can get your forms signed by Szesztay Margit in Room 409. She will be available for signing the forms in the following time slots:
4 March (Wednesday) 16.00-17.00 p.m.
9 March (Monday) 15.00-16.00 p.m.
11 March (Wednesday) 9.00-10.00 a.m.
12 March (Thursday) 15.30-16.15
If you are planning to submit a thesis in English in the Spring of 2021, 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 a Thesis Proposal to your supervisor by 6 March.
3 You need to hand in ’Szakdolgozati Témabejenető Lap’ in 3 copies. This needs to be signed by the supervisor, and by Szesztay Margit as ’szakfelelős’. 2 copies go to Hegyi Zsófia at the TO (Building A, Room 14), and one copy stays with Szesztay Margit at DELP. You can get the three copies signed and stamped in Rákóczi 5. Room 409 at the following days and times (4 March 16.00-17.00, 9 March 15.00-16.00, 11 March 9.00 – 10.00, 12 March 15.30 – 16.15) http://tkk.elte.hu/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Szakdolgozati-t%C3%A9mabejelento-osztatlan-tan%C3%A1rk%C3%A9pz%C3%A9s_2.v..pdf
4 If you have problems finding a supervisor at DELP, you can write to Szesztay Margit and she can let you know who is still available.
5 For more information about the thesis and for the thesis proposal form go to http://seaswiki.elte.hu/studies/MA/OTAK .
BA thesis writers, Uwe Pohl will be available to sign and stamp BA cimbejelenő documents at the following times in office 402:
2 March (Monday) 10.00-12.00
3 March (Tuesday) 10.30-13.30.00
4 March (Wednesday) 10.00-12.00
9 March (Monday) 10.00-12.00
10 March (Tuesday) 10.30 - 13.30
You also need to give a completed Statement of Intent to your supervisor by 6 March.
MA in English (Culture Track) proposals will be signed by Dorottya Holló in office 406
on Tuesdays, 3 and 10 March 14:15 - 15:15 - by appointment
on Thursday, 5 March 13:30 - 14:10 - by appointment
Please send your proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org before requesting the signature.
Help with (O)TDK:
You can register for these courses at:
TDK képzések jelentkezés
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