The graduation phase of the ES program consists of two parts
Students starting their Program from September 2023 cannot complete their preparation for graduation phase without completing the Study & Career Orientation Program (2IMR10 SCOP/e). You will be registered for this course automatically at the start of your program.
Students that have started their program prior to this date, but have not yet been matched with a Research Cluster/Supervisor or Graduation project cannot start their graduation project without completing the administrative part off the 2IMR10 SCOP/e course. Please register on Canvas for more information.
All preparation for graduation and graduation projects (including external or company projects) need to be supervised by an assistant professor, associate professor or full professor from one of the research groups within the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science (see picture below) or one of the research groups within the Department Electrical Engineering. The Study & Career Orientation Program will help you find a match with a supervisor within one of these research groups.
Please note that the course codes for graduation differ depending on which department supervises your project.
For CS supervised projects please use:
- 2IMC05 for Preparation for Graduation
- 2IMC00 for Graduation Project
For EE supervised projects please use:
- 5T514 for Preparation for Graduation
- 5T746 for Graduation Project