You register your BSc project just like course registration prior to the term in which you complete your project. You submit your project report no later than 15 January or 15 June.
A BSc project that has not been graded passed can be resubmitted for reassessment by agreement with your supervisor, but no later than 15 March or 15 August. During the period from the ordinary examination result until resubmission, your supervisor is not required to provide further supervision.
The Bachelor’s project counts as 10–20 ECTS credits and takes place during the third year of the Bachelor’s degree programme. In the Bachelor’s project, students demonstrate their ability to formulate, analyse and process subject-related issues within a defined academic topic. The Bachelor’s project must include a summary in English. The summary is included in the overall assessment of the student’s written expression skills in connection with the project.
The Bachelor’s project is assessed in accordance with the Danish 7-point marking scale with the participation of an external examiner appointed by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education.
Information about Bachelor’s degree projects in your degree programme is available from your student counsellor (found at 'Student counselling' in the menu) or degree programme coordinator (found at 'Contact and Study Service' in the menu).
You must submit your Bachelor's project in the Digital Exam system (for more information, go to 'Examination' > 'Digital Exam' in the menu).
Deadline for submission in Digital Exam
The Bachelor's project must be submitted no later than:
It is your own responsibility to submit your Bachelor's project in time. For this reason, we recommend that you upload and submit your Bachelor's project well in advance of the deadline. Bachelor's projects that are submitted too late will not be evaluated.
You can already now log on to eksamen.au.dk. Your exam will be available no later than one week before the deadline. You can find relevant information on Bachelor's projects under the exam information in Digital Exam.
As a general rule, you must submit your Bachelor's project as a single PDF file. However, it is possible to enclose appendices in other formats, if necessary.
Legally valid submission
Please note, that the version of your Bachelor's project, which is submitted in Digital Exam, is the only legally valid version. It is therefore this version that is included in the overall assessment of the Bachelor's project.
In case of complaints, it will also only be the version in Digital Exam that is valid.
The student and the supervisor agree on the extent to which physical copies are made for co-examiner, co-supervisors etc.
Guidelines and support
You can find answers to any questions under 'Examination' > 'Digital Exam' in the menu.
Front page for the Bachelor's project
As a Bachelor's student, you are responsible for creating a front page for your Bachelor's project.
The front page must contain your name and student registration number, the name of your supervisor, and the date of submission. In addition, the Bachelor's project must be accompanied by a title in English, even though it already has a Danish title.
If you do not submit your bachelor's project on time or do not pass, you use an exam attempt and you must register for the re-examination yourself.
Takes place during the registration period via mitstudie.au.dk.
You can find the registration period under 'Examination' > 'Exam registration and re-examination' in the menu.
In the period after the ordinary exam result until your re-examination, there is no requirement for your supervisor to offer additional guidance.
Winter re-exam: no later than March 15th with assessment no later than March 31st
Summer re-exam: no later than August 15th with assessment no later than August 31st