- Normally a final presentation lasts for 30 to 40 minutes. But be sure you also agree with your supervisor about the presentation time.
- Think about the audience of your final presentation. Even before making the presentation slides, it may be useful to discuss the line of reasoning of your presentation with your supervisors.
- To prepare for your presentation: you can attend final presentations of other students. Final presentations are public events.
- the slides should not be too dense in contents;
- the font size of your slides should not be too small nor too big;
- be careful: don't make the presentation too fancy;
- be careful with the amount of slides you prepare and schedule your presentation;
- prepare a separate slide for the structure of your presentation.
Delivering the presentation
- Be sure that you arrive on time at your presentation, and that all the equipment you intend to use (computer, beamer, overhead projector, etc.) is present and properly working.
- Avoid just reading the text of the slides aloud, but rather explain what is being shown. There should be time left for questions.
Fill out the form “Registration Form M-AM” and submit it to the BOZ-AM (The Office for Educational Affairs)