The degrees of affiliation and control have been found to be related to outcomes of students writing their master thesis .
There are a few studies exploring the students' perspective.
In teacher education, students found practical-oriented supervision preferable to create a good learning process when compared to traditional supervision, which was perceived as solely focusing on the final product, the thesis .
The Finnish study described earlier correspondingly assessed students' perceptions [10,11].
The result describes positive student experiences of group supervision due to the dynamic ways in which learning activities could take place and students could be involved in each other’s processes.