On this page you can find infomation that is relevant in relation to your Bachelor's project. This page contains guidelines in relation to the process of writing the project and important attention points.
A Bachelor’s Project group normally consists of 2 to 3 students. It is important that professional interest, level of ambitions and attitudes towards the project match within the group.
The subject for the Bachelor’s Project is determined in accordance with the sections Learning Objectives.
It is the responsibility of the student(s) to acquire and determine the subject for the project. Professors at the department may assist in this process.
A form with a description of the subject should be filled in and handed in to the process supervisor
The filled in form should be handed in to the Program Responsible within an appointed time. (Please refer to the time schedule).
In relation to the subject description, the type of project should be indicated.
The following types of projects are applicable:
A specification of the costs is prepared no later than the start of The Bachelor's project.
This must include a plan of ressources which is a detailed overview prepared by the students with an estimate of the cost of acquiring equipment and materials and the use of the workshop.
Expenses to a lesser extent in connection with the performance of the project may be covered by the study programme, if it can be reimbursed in relation to the project learning outcome.
Before financial support or workshop time can be granted for the individual Bachelor of Engineering projects, the head of studies and the laboratory manager of the workshop must have an overview of the expected total costs of the project.
When there is advance approval of the project finances, the documentation is collected for the costs, which may be:
Materials and experimental equipment, cf. advance approval.
Expenses for participation in meetings or courses will normally not be covered.
Projects carried out in collaboration with companies are specifically agreed with the supervisor and the school.
As part of the preparation students attend courses, lessons and exercises in scientific research, methodology and documentation.
A formulation of the assignment, with specific description of content, should be carried out and approved. This may be included in or carried out in a separate course.
For details of above mentioned activities please refer to program specific information.
This formulation of assignment should comprise:
It should be emphasized, that the formulation of assignment defines the complexity of the project, and that a fully met assignment does not guarantee a top mark.
On the basis of the project/assignment description for the Bachelor of Engineering Project, the programme appoints a supervisor.
In average grade, you can expect one hour of supervision per week.
The project/Assignment description corresponds to a contract and must therefore be signed by each group member. Similarly, adjustments must be made in writing by the members of the group and the supervisor.
In the middle of the project period, a midterm evaluation will be held between your group and your supervisor, where the work process and preliminary results are assessed. This will then be decided and formulated any adjustments.
The midtterm evaluation is documented by completing the conclusion form, which is sent to your degree programme director.
Handing in Description of Subject to process supervisor
End of April/mid May
End of October
Approval of subject by process supervisor
Handing in the formulation of assignment to process supervisor
Before end of 6th semester (see course calendar approx. mid June/ mid-December)
Processing of possible draft for non-disclosure agreement with external partner/ contributor
Approx. middle of the credits allocated
Handing in Bachelor’s Project
See information given at start of project on Brichtspace
Time schedule will be published at latest one week in advance of examination
Read about terms of agreement for Bachelor of Engineering students at the four engineering department's web sites: