The Bachelor’s thesis is the culmination of the Bachelor’s programme. A Bachelor’s thesis is carried out in the form of a research project within a department. It is an opportunity to put the knowledge learned during the programme into practice. The Bachelor’s thesis is used to assess the student’s initiative and their ability to plan, report and present a project. The difficulty level of the thesis is described by the attainment targets of the programme and the modules followed up until that moment. Students work independently on a Bachelor’s thesis or Individual Assignment (IOO) under the guidance of a supervisor.
Below you can find more info regarding registration, committee requirements, assessment and applying for the degree.
Below you can download the BSc thesis registration form. Please email this form by Friday 27 April 2018 to BOZ-EE-CES@utwente.nl and the module coordinator (email@example.com). The External committee member may follow later, at the latest Friday 18 May 2018.
The official requirements are in article B7 of the OER Bsc EE:
- The chair shall appoint a supervisory committee consisting of at least three persons. The committee consists of the daily supervisor, an assistant professor or associate professor or full professor of the chosen research chair and a member not being a member of the research chair involved (sometimes called an external member).
- The supervisory committee shall include at least two examiners.
Student & supervisor together choose between the following two formats:
- A report of 20-30 pages
- A four-page paper + appendices
Please upload your finished thesis in http://essay.utwente.nl (double-check confidentiality with your supervisor). For more information, see this link: http://essay.utwente.nl/upload.html. After you have uploaded your thesis, your supervisors and BOZ receive an automatically generated e-mail. Your thesis will be available on UT student Theses in three working days and will be linked to your file in the UT archive.
The EE bachelor presentations will be held on Friday July 6th. There are 35 minutes for every student: 15 minute talks + 20 minutes for questions from committee and audience. There are 5 minutes between slots to set up the next presentation and audience leaving/entering the room. If possible, upload your presentation before your session, or check out the room how to connect your laptop to the system. The chair moderates talks and questions, and coordinates the timing.
The program of 6 July 2018 can be found here.
Below you can download the assessment form including the criteria. BOZ supplies filled-in forms to all committees, personalized for every student.
Students must apply for a Bachelor’s degree with the Office of Educational Affairs (BOZ). Students can apply in any month with the exception of July. In order to receive your BSc diploma you will need to submit the BSc exam application form to BOZ-EE-CES@utwente.nl:
The Office of Educational Affairs will assess whether all the conditions for obtaining the degree have been met. A collective Bachelor’s graduation ceremony takes place once per year in October. A University-wide first year diploma ceremony is also held once per year in late September or early October.