The introduction (along with the conclusion) is one of the two parts of the thesis, which the evaluator usually reads very carefully – so it is important to pay due attention to it and cover all aspects of the passage. The exact list of points that should not be missing at the beginning, although there are no general requirements (it is always worth finding at least the requirements of the school and following them).
First of all, the introduction should include a rationale for the topic – why the student chose the topic (it is advisable to give a rather impersonal way) and the timeliness of the issue should be emphasized. It can be said that the specification of the objective of the thesis is a completely obligatory part of the introduction, and the goal should be set so that it is measurable, sufficiently qualified within the qualification work, but always achievable (the goal is always to better define it in a more modest way and then to fulfill it completely than to amaze their ambitions first and then not to meet the goal – that could be a reason for rejecting work). The main objective is to be divided into sub-goals that will contribute to the main objective. In the introduction it is also possible to determine the general structure of the work – what the text will be devoted to in the theoretical section (it is possible to point out the main sources of literature that will be used) and how the findings will be applied in the practical part.
In any case, the introduction should familiarize the reader with the issue, its usual range should be in the case of a diploma thesis in the range of 3 to 4 standard pages (1 to 2 pages is sufficient for the thesis). The introduction (as well as the conclusion) is usually not numbered.