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Corporate students

Set your company apart from other employers.

Increase your attractiveness as an employer and support your students with our coaching program.

Better work-life balance

Advantage in recruiting

Less absenteeism & vacation

Focused employees

The employee benefits program that benefits everyone.

We help your dual, part-time and MBA students to write their thesis better and carefree. By cooperating with us, you set yourself apart from others and benefit from additional advantages.

Better work-life balance.

Our coaching takes the pressure off your employees and actively supports a balanced working life.

Recruiting & employee retention.

Cooperation with us sets you apart from others. This will help you attract and retain talent.

Less absenteeism & vacation time.

Our coaching provides relief and thus reduces the need for unpaid leave and avoidable absences.

Focused employees.

We enable your employees to concentrate on their actual job during their thesis.

Get in touch now.

Reach out to us using the submission form below or directly email us at organizations@rockyourthesis.com. We will get back to you as quickly as possible.

Interessierter Unternehmer

Our trusted network of researchers.

Our coaches either hold or are pursuing PhDs. They provide individual support throughout the entire thesis writing process: from finding a topic to submission.

Jonas Ryberg

Jonas Ryberg

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

PhD candidate

Accounting & Finance
Mixed methods
220 > hours tutored
Katharina Reiter

Dr. Katharina Reiter

Technical University of Munich

In practice

HR
Mixed methods
190 > hours tutored
Arne Heimendahl

Dr. Arne Heimendahl

University of Cologne

In practice

Mathematics
Quantitative methods
65 > hours tutored
Alexander Stuckert

Dr. Alexander Stuckert

Technical University of Darmstadt

In practice

Electrical engineering
Mixed methods
35 > hours tutored
Laura Benyei

Laura Benyei

LMU Munich

PhD candidate

Dental medicine
Mixed methods
105 > hours tutored
Simon Br├╝ndl

Dr. Simon Br├╝ndl

LMU Munich

In practice

Information Systems
Mixed methods
55 > hours tutored
Maximilian Knapp

Dr. Maximilian Knapp

University of Mannheim

In practice

Business Psychology
Quantitative methods
125 > hours tutored
Katja Knops

Dr. Katja Knops

Heinrich Heine University D├╝sseldorf

In practice

Biology
Mixed methods
125 > hours tutored
Maximilian Poth

Dr. Maximilian Poth

LSE London

In practice

Civil & Public Law
Qualitative methods
350 > hours tutored
Julius Berges

Dr. Julius Berges

RWTH Aachen University

In practice

Mechanical engineering
Quantitative methods
35 > hours tutored
David Nawrath

David Nawrath

Stanford University

PhD candidate

Strategy
Qualitative methods
165 > hours tutored
Martin Schumacher

Dr. Martin Schumacher

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

In practice

Chemistry
Qualitative methods
60 > hours tutored
Jenny Zimmermann

Jenny Zimmermann

Erasmus University Rotterdam

PhD candidate

Physics
Mixed methods
60 > hours tutored
Bjarne Schwarz

Bjarne Schwarz

Technical University of Munich

PhD candidate

Mechanical engineering
Mixed methods
145 > hours tutored
Tiziana Schopper

Tiziana Schopper

LMU Munich

PhD candidate

Politics
Mixed methods
45 > hours tutored
Florian Schaefer

Dr. Florian Schaefer

RWTH Aachen

In practice

Computer science
Quantitative methods
75 > hours tutored
Linda Bandelow

Dr. Linda Bandelow

Technical University of Munich

Postdoctoral Researcher

Entrepreneurship
Mixed methods
85 > hours tutored
Roger Heines

Roger Heines

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

In practice

Logistics
Mixed methods
85 > hours tutored
Arne Gr├╝ttner

Dr. Arne Gr├╝ttner

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

Lecturer

Information Systems
Mixed methods
280 > hours tutored
Jan Spiekermann

Jan Spiekermann

University of M├╝nster

In practice

Taxation
Qualitative methods
65 > hours tutored
Maximilian Schacker

Dr. Maximilian Schacker

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

Lecturer

Business Innovation
Mixed methods
95 > hours tutored
Daniel Proba

Dr. Daniel Proba

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

Lecturer

Business Innovation
Mixed methods
20 > hours tutored
Maximilian Richter

Dr. Maximilian Richter

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

In practice

General Management
Mixed methods
45 > hours tutored
Joscha Krug

Joscha Krug

University of Mannheim

PhD candidate

Economics
Quantitative methods
55 > hours tutored
Angeliki Kalogeraki

Angeliki Kalogeraki

University of Mannheim

PhD candidate

Marketing
Mixed methods
150 > hours tutored
Anastasia Kukula

Anastasia Kukula

LMU Munich

PhD candidate

HR
Mixed methods
175 > hours tutored
Lena-Marie P├Ątzmann

Dr. Lena-Marie P├Ątzmann

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

In practice

Information Systems
Qualitative methods
30 > hours tutored
Eric Klebeck

Eric Klebeck

University of Mannheim

PhD candidate

Marketing
Mixed methods
70 > hours tutored
Sina Plietzsch

Sina Plietzsch

HHL Leipzig

PhD candidate

Entrepreneurship
Mixed methods
85 > hours tutored
Yann M├╝ller

Yann M├╝ller

University of Mannheim

PhD candidate

Economics
Mixed methods
90 > hours tutored
Tobias Maier

Tobias Maier

University of Mannheim

PhD candidate

Information Systems
Qualitative methods
155 > hours tutored
Alexander Mueller

Alexander Mueller

Edwards School of Business

PhD candidate

Marketing
Quantitative methods
135 > hours tutored
Timo Brunner

Timo Brunner

HHL Leipzig

PhD candidate

Entrepreneurship
Qualitative methods
60 > hours tutored
Francie Lange

Francie Lange

HHL Leipzig

PhD candidate

Strategy
Qualitative methods
140 > hours tutored
Felix Mosner

Felix Mosner

University of Cologne

PhD candidate

Supply Chain Management
Mixed methods
50 > hours tutored
Pia Seimetz

Pia Seimetz

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

PhD candidate

Marketing
Qualitative methods
75 > hours tutored
Hanna Brosch

Hanna Brosch

Technical University of Munich

PhD candidate

Economics
Quantitative methods
65 > hours tutored
Richard Turinsky

Richard Turinsky

University of Strathclyde

PhD candidate

Supply Chain Management
Mixed methods
275 > hours tutored
Tobias Gro├čb├Âlting

Tobias Gro├čb├Âlting

University of Mannheim

PhD candidate

Economics
Quantitative methods
25 > hours tutored
Sven Kannler

Dr. Sven Kannler

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

In practice

Marketing
Qualitative methods
45 > hours tutored
Michael Greineder

Dr. Michael Greineder

Harvard University

In practice

Technology Management
Mixed methods
65 > hours tutored
Saskia Spang

Saskia Spang

Frankfurt School

PhD candidate

Accounting & Finance
Quantitative methods
45 > hours tutored
Rafael Bischof

Rafael Bischof

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

PhD candidate

Supply Chain Management
Mixed methods
65 > hours tutored
Said Kdimati

Said Kdimati

Rostock University Medical Center

PhD candidate

Tumor Research
Mixed methods
25 > hours tutored
Tim Fischer

Tim Fischer

Heidelberg University

PhD candidate

Company Law
Qualitative methods
45 > hours tutored
Carl Wolff

Carl Wolff

University of M├╝nster

PhD candidate

Accounting & Finance
Mixed methods
95 > hours tutored
Heinrich Habe

Heinrich Habe

University of M├╝nster

PhD candidate

Accounting & Finance
Mixed methods
75 > hours tutored
Bj├Ârn Klages

Bj├Ârn Klages

Technical University of Munich

PhD candidate

Logistic
Mixed methods
75 > hours tutored
Sebastian Reiners

Sebastian Reiners

University of M├╝nster

PhD candidate

Information Systems
Qualitative methods
110 > hours tutored
Niklas Roulands

Niklas Roulands

University of Bielefeld

In practice

Business Law
Qualitative methods
45 > hours tutored
Christian Geitmann

Christian Geitmann

University of Bonn

PhD candidate

Civil Law
Qualitative methods
1200 > hours tutored
Karolin Lauck

Karolin Lauck

University of Bonn

PhD candidate

Public Law
Qualitative methods
80 > hours tutored
Birte Manke

Dr. Birte Manke

University of St.Gallen (HSG)

In practice

Marketing
Qualitative methods
120 > hours tutored
Michael Koddebusch

Michael Koddebusch

Kingston University London

PhD candidate

Digital- & E-Government
Qualitative methods
135 > hours tutored
Birgit Fordinal

Dr. Birgit Fordinal

University of Vienna

Lecturer

Ritual Theory
Qualitative methods
155 > hours tutored
Rebecca Heigl

Rebecca Heigl

Goethe University Frankfurt

PhD candidate

Information Systems
Mixed methods
155 > hours tutored
Leonardo Bellinato Giacomelli

Leonardo Bellinato Giacomelli

University of Innsbruck

PhD candidate

Physics
Mixed methods
25 > hours tutored

Why Rock your Thesis?

By granting your corporate students access to Rock your Thesis, you not only empower their professional journey but also unlock a treasure trove of benefits that uplift the entire organization.

Without Rock your Thesis

  • Stress, frustration & overload

    Job/thesis balancing act burdens students.

  • High absence times

    Increase in unpaid leave and absenteeism.

  • Low productivity

    Students are less focused in their jobs.

  • Extra work

    Team members commit to additional efforts.

With Rock your Thesis ­čÜÇ

  • Better work-life balance

    Our coaching relieves your students so that they can complete their thesis better and stress-free.

  • Lazer focus

    Our coaches are always on hand to answer your students' questions with their expert knowledge.

  • Unlock talent potential

    Our coaching provides a clear path so that the focus is on both the actual job and the thesis.

  • Team-wide satisfaction

    By reducing students' load, we unlock added potential across the team, enhancing satisfaction.

Voices of validation.

The experiences of dual, part-time and MBA students prove it: Rock your thesis is a "painkiller" when it comes to bridging the gap between career and thesis.

ÔÇťAs a dual student, you're not well connected at your university. The regular check-ins with my coach give me security.ÔÇŁ

Laura H.
Laura H.
Dual bachelor student at DAX company

ÔÇťAs a part-time bachelor student at Thyssenkrupp, I experienced the problems of writing my thesis first hand. Rock your Thesis would have been exactly what I needed back then.ÔÇŁ

Fabian Knops
Fabian Knops
Co-Founder Rock your Thesis

Tailored solutions for your needs.

With Rock your Thesis, you take the pressure off your students and offer a guided path through the process of writing their thesis. Contact us for a customized coaching package.

Coaching contingent.

You choose a coaching contingent that you provide to your students - we take care of the rest.

On request

  • Agreed coaching contingent
  • Dedicated coaches, > 5 years experience
  • First-class 24/7 hotline support

FAQ.

Frequently asked questions explained easily. You have another question and can't find the answer? Send our support team an uncomplicated E-mail at organizations@rockyourthesis.com and we will answer you immediately.

1) What is the scope of the coaching contingent?
Our coaching contingent offers a pre-agreed contingent of coaching hours that students from your company can take advantage of. The coaching program is individually adapted based on the status or topic of the thesis. Ideally, the student contacts us already when choosing the topic and is supervised until submission. You can find a detailed overview of our services in the "What's included" tab.
2) Can the coaching hours be divided among multiple students?
Yes, you purchase a coaching contingent for all students in your company. The coaching hours included in this contingent can be divided among several students in your company, depending on your wishes and needs. We recommend setting a maximum number of hours per student.
3) What subjects or fields do the coaches cover?
Our coaches cover a wide range of study programs and research methods. Our main focus is on engineering, natural sciences, economics and social sciences. Let us know in which areas your students need support and we will match them with suitable coaches.
4) How qualified are the coaches on your platform?
All our coaches undergo a rigorous selection process and have extensive experience in their respective fields. They all hold or are pursuing a PhD from a top university.
5) Can we monitor the progress of our corporate students?
Yes, we provide progress reports that detail the progress of your corporate students, ensuring transparency and tracking.
6) How flexible are the coaching sessions? Can they be scheduled around work hours?
Absolutely! We understand the busy schedules of corporate students. Coaching sessions can be tailored to fit around their work commitments.
7) What if we exhaust the pre-agreed coaching hours? Can we buy more?
Certainly! If you find that your corporate students require additional coaching hours, you can easily top-up.