Your thesis or dissertation is often the most important single piece of work you’ll produce as a student (whether it be your final year undergraduate research project or your complete Masters / PhD thesis). These templates, many provided by the university themselves as official layout guidelines, include sections for you to add all the relevant author information (your university, department, supervisor, year, etc) along with placeholder chapters for your introduction, background, method, results, conclusion / discussion, references and appendices.
Politecnico di Milano offers some thesis templates in LaTex and Word. It is not compulsory to use them but it is good point to shape your thesis.
We suggest to write your thesis in A4 or A5 format; however, different formats will be allowed.
If you would like to see thesis template of other university you can find it here:
or download it from overleaf