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    Question Can "diploma work" and "diploma thesis" be used interchangeably?

    I have some questions.

    1. Is there any difference between "Diploma Work" and "Diploma Thesis"?
    2. I am wondering if "Diploma Work" and "Diploma Thesis" can be used interchangeably?
    Such as:
    1) Subject of the diploma work: [title]
    2) Subject of the diploma thesis: [title]

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: Can "diploma work" and "diploma thesis" be used interchangeably?

    Probably there is a difference, and probably they cannot be used interchangeably. But perhaps there are contexts where my two statements are wrong. Can you provide more context?

    By the way, a thesis is normally required only for an advanced academic degree. A mere diploma is very unlikely to require a thesis.

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