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Cherkasova O. А., Churochkina S. V. Characteristics of Final Qualifing Works by Bachelors, Masters and Post-Graduates. Izvestiya of Saratov University. New series. Series Physics, 2016, vol. 16, iss. 4, pp. 243-247. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18500/1817-3020-2016-16-4-243-247


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Characteristics of Final Qualifing Works by Bachelors, Masters and Post-Graduates

Abstract

Background and Objectives: The goal of this article is to acquaint for graduates of different levels of the higher education (bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD degrees) with the main documents, which clarified requirements regarding to the writing of the graduate qualification work as well as its abstract. Results: In the article presented the review of the literature with the indication of articles at which clear recommendations about how one can design skillfully the abstract of the graduate qualification work, what form of its structure and what terminology has been used in the abstract, have been prescribed. As a result of utilizing the requirements mentioned above, students learn to create works accessible for the understanding not only by professionals but also by reading public. Moreover, in accordance with new rules, the abstract of graduate qualified work must be posted in the Internet. Therefore, it is as often as not the only source of the information about its content and results of the research. As a result, by relying on this material, students will be able to overcome difficulty in the competent rendering and representation of both the job and propositions to be submitted for the defense of the graduate qualification job. Conclusion: In turn, success of student’s future professional carrier and their competitiveness on the job market can depend on how skillfully the scientific research has been presented.

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