A Dissertation Seminar is a small group of students that work around a common topic, all supervised by one faculty member, who will be their advisor.
Dissertation Seminars are effective because they are specifically designed and structured to follow your entire dissertation process, and to ensure that you receive continuous feedback and support during the development of your final work.
Seminars usually last three to four months, and throughout this time you will have instructor-led sessions, group discussions and individual meetings. You will also have the chance to present parts of your work, allowing you to receive feedback from both your advisor and your colleagues.
This is the recommended process for all MSc students.