Bachelor Thesis Skills – Systematic Literature Search (for 3rd year bachelor SBE)

Workshops & Courses

Bachelor Thesis Skills – Systematic Literature Search (for 3rd-year bachelor SBE)


Thesis Skills training on how to search for books and (online) journal(articles) in the fields of business and economics that are relevant to your thesis topic. The databases Business Source Complete (EBSCO), EconLit (EBSCO) and the Web of Science are included.

Learning objective: 

  • Which database is most relevant for finding academic literature on your thesis topic
  • Tips and tricks when searching for academic literature
  • How to perform a systematic literature search
  • How to use a citation index (and how to end up with important publications in your field of interest)

Target group: 3rd-year bachelor students SBE

Language: English

Course format: Demo/questions and answers/ partly hands-on

Prerequisites: Participants are expected to follow the online tutorial Finding information for your research before attending the workshop.

Upcoming courses

The previously scheduled courses for March 16 and March 20 are cancelled due to the UM coronavirus (COVID-19) measures.


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For questions or information, use the web form to contact an information skills specialist.


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