Structure of scientific works

Thus, the structure of scientific work is subject to binding framework curricula of specific institutions that are governed by their internal guidelines. The student is obliged to follow these instructions and thus fulfill his scientific work with his own text. As a rule, the thesis consists of individual chapters, which can be extended by other sub-chapters of lower levels. It is recommended to use at most three levels.

Applies to bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral theses.

How to compose a professional text? Composition, structure of scientific scientific work text

Professional scientific works (bachelor / master / MBA / dissertation etc.) usually form a predetermined assignment, which is divided into logical follow-up points, therefore these works are structured into individual passages, respectively. chapters. The essential condition for defending each such professional work is to fulfill all the points of the assignment. The nature and form of the topic to be processed or the issues under consideration further determine the content structure. Generally, such work consists of three basic parts: introductory, main and final, which can then be subdivided into other sub-sections. In the case of the end of the professional work, the enclosed annexes are duly numbered. The main part usually contains the theoretical part divided into different number of chapters with the total share of the total work is different from the type of professional work. At the beginning of the work it is important to define the so-called starting points of the work, which may include goals, opinions and assumptions of the scope of the specified problem, it is appropriate to define the current state of the monitored phenomenon, to briefly specify the progress solution and to indicate the possible use of the expected results of the professional work.

Assignment of bachelor, diploma or other scientific work 

The fields of the assignment are written by the academic staff, but the assignment itself is a joint result of the discussion and possible submitted proposals of the solution of the student and the supervisor (or the thesis supervisor). The student then usually collects the assignment at the study departments of the given institutions and puts a duplicate copy in his / her professional works (currently available at some institutions also in electronic processing). It is necessary for the writer to ensure that the student completes the assignment and ensures all relevant signatures. Furthermore, it is necessary to guarantee the accuracy of the title or topic, both in the assignment and in the school information system and in the professional work. All these three entries must be identical. The assignment as such contains objective objectives for all parts of the thesis, ie for the theoretical and practical part of the thesis. Furthermore, it contains a list of recommended professional literature, in the narrower sense, which the “writer / student” himself has to extend his own studied literature of the given topic. It is advisable to study all the recommended titles thoroughly, as they are closely related to the topic and their misunderstanding in the sources used could give a bad impression on the supervisor. For all citations in the text, pictures and technical aids in the text, it is necessary to follow the specified citation standards and the current valid wording of the relevant ISO citation standards.

Bachelor thesis

As we have already mentioned, the bachelor thesis is devoted more to practical applications of acquired theoretical knowledge, it is also more important that the “writer” independently solves the problem. In these works, these are partial problems, not entirely complex, because of the scope of work. Here it is assumed that the student is able to correctly define the descriptive problem, ie to describe, evaluate (and analyze) and then propose appropriate solutions and recommendations. All these above-mentioned requirements therefore require the issue to be theoretically defined. Scale academics recommend a 1: 2 proportion of the work, of which the theoretical part should be just a smaller part of its scope. However, it depends very much on the specific topic and the nature of the work (eg, overviews of the theories under review do not require practical solutions to the issue).


The diploma thesis already presents more complex shots, their aim is to provide deeper and more comprehensive overview of not only theoretical knowledge, but also more beneficial solution of problems with correct selection and using appropriate methodology. Similar MBA students also have a similar application character for use in the field of science. All forms of scientific work are regulated by internal guidelines of individual institutions. So let’s look at the general structure of scientific work.

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