Sub­mis­si­on of the Ba­che­lor thesis

My name is Se­bas­ti­an and I stu­di­ed in­dus­tri­al en­gi­nee­ring at the Dua­le Hoch­schu­le Mos­bach for the last three years.

Af­ter the last exam had been writ­ten, the ba­che­lor the­sis star­ted. 12 weeks in­iti­al­ly sound like a lot of time, but towards the end the­re was some stress. It ta­kes some time be­fo­re you have emer­ged yourself into the to­pic, collec­ted do­cu­ments and con­duc­ted in­ter­views with ex­perts. Then, the­re are days when you wri­te ten pa­ges wi­thout any pro­blems and the next day it’s just en­ough for half a page. As time goes by, you get a bet­ter un­der­stan­ding of the in­ter­re­la­ti­ons­hips and the pro­ce­du­re also be­co­mes clea­rer. With the help of dis­cus­sions with the re­spec­ti­ve ex­perts in their field, pro­blems are view­ed from dif­fe­rent points of view and new ide­as emer­ge. This is pre­cise­ly why it is so im­portant that col­leagues take their time, espe­cial­ly as the to­pics of the va­rious ba­che­lor the­ses also bring be­ne­fits for the com­pa­ny. The day of sub­mis­si­on was a very re­li­e­ving mo­ment, as this is also the last task in the cour­se of stu­dy. Three ye­ars of work have de­fi­ni­te­ly paid off and we can only say to the peop­le who are now as­king us if we would do it again: “Ab­so­lute­ly!

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