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BACHELOR INFO

If weighting factors relating to these aspects must be taken into account, they must be made known inadvance and be recorded in the graduation plan. If that has not been done, there is no question ofweighting factors being applied in the evaluation of the aspects mentioned.Each member of the Graduation Supervision Committee carries the same weight in the assessment.The student who is graduating is informed of the arguments that have formed the basis of theassessment.The following requirements must be met before a student’s graduation is considered in the meeting ofthe Examination Committee.• The student must register at least four weeks before the meeting of the Examination Committeevia internet at http://owinfo.tue.nl/. See the closing dates that are listed there for registering forthe Final Examination.• All the assessments of course elements, project work (including the graduation project), andportfolio elements must be submitted to the Educational Office at the latest two weeks before themeeting of the Examination Committee.• All requirements of the graduation project must have been met, that is, there must be an assessedthesis, an interim and a final colloquium must have been held, and an assessed (summary) articlemust be available.• The approved thesis with signature, as well as the article, must be submitted to the EducationalOffice at least two weeks before the meeting of the Examination Committee.According to article 5.1 of the Education and Examination Regulations, there are at least threeopportunities per year for taking the Final Examination. In principle, the Examination Committeeconvenes a meeting on one of the last five working days of every month, excluding the academicholidays, at which it determines the result of the Final Examinations of the students who haveregistered for it in accordance with the rules. The dates of these meetings are announced centrally onbehalf of the Examination Committee before the beginning of the academic year.The student receives the final diploma (in Dutch and English) only if the student has registered, andthe Examination Committee has declared that the student has passed.Guidelines for the thesisA report of the graduation project is made in the form of a written thesis, possibly supplemented byillustrations or other media.The thesis can be submitted not only as ‘hard copy’ (on paper) but also digitally via an appropriatesoftware environment.The thesis must meet the following requirements.1. Title pageThe thesis must be provided with:• a title (the (sub)title must indicate accurately the subject of the thesis; the thesis becomesaccessible for other interested parties via key words taken from the title),• surname and initials of the student and his student number,• graduation date,• names of the members of the Graduation Supervision Committee,• the name of the course and the University.2. SummaryThe Summary must summarize the main lines of the thesis. The Summary must be readableindependent of the thesis.12ABP Department Masters Information Brochure

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