Final exam process
REQUIREMENTS FOR TAKING THE FINAL EXAMINATION
- Your thesis was accepted which means that both the supervisor and the opponent graded the thesis as at least sufficient (2)
- You have completed all your courses.
- You obtained a final pre-degree certificate (absolutory).
- You do not owe any outstanding debts to the university.
- You signed up for the final exam.
FINAL EXAM REGISTRATION
via Neptun (Administration > Requests > Available request forms)
FINAL EXAM COMMITTEE
The Final Exam Committee consists of the chair and the committee members (teachers and / or supervisor and / or opponent). They can all ask questions, take part in a professional conversation.
The final exam focuses on the presentation, explanation and defense of the thesis. Both parts of the exam are related to the thesis.
- An oral presentation of the theoretical and research part of your thesis, i.e. a defense (ppt or Prezi is recommended), including reflection (questions of the committee), self-reflection, evaluation (20 minutes long) (Evaluation: b) (In this part, the theoretical background, methods and results of the thesis should be summarized, and if possible, the questions and suggestions of the reviewers should be answered. If the answers to the supervisor's and the opponent's questions cannot be included in the presentation, they must be answered at the end.)
- Oral defense of the theoretical part of your thesis: a reply to / discussion of the questions asked by Final Exam Committee (Evaluation: c)( The Committee asks students theoretical questions on the topic of the dissertation, examining whether the student is able to analyze and evaluate the theories of his / her broader field of thesis.)
The student's performance is evaluated by the final examination committee, based on the following grades:
a: Grade of thesis (evaluated by supervisor /a/ and opponent /b/)(Thesis grade 1)
b: Presentation and defense of the thesis (Defense grade 1)
c: Topic elaboration (Defense grade 2)
The grade of the final exam is calculated as follows: (a+b) + (2xc)