When you have finished your data collection and analysis, it’s time to start writing your thesis. Before you embark on the writing process, you should discuss your results and ideas with your supervisor, including whether you have all the data and information needed to state your final thesis argument.
Your thesis is the last and final part of your master study and must demonstrate your ability to carry out independent academic work by reflecting your understanding of the topic, relevant theories and appropriate methods for addressing your research problem.
While the thesis represents your original research, you must present your work in the context of existing knowledge and theories. In doing so, be careful to cite the work of others correctly, in order to avoid charges of plagiarism.