The Bachelor project follows the general rules that apply when writing a project. For information on this, please read the pages concerning register for a project, finding a supervisor and project goals.
Especially for BDDIT and GBI: the supervisor will be allocated on the basis of student wishes and the availability of the supervisors in question.
Unless if you are on GBI and are writing your project in the Autumn. Then you will have to find a supervisor yourself.
Below, you can find more specific information about the bachelor project.
When to write the bachelor project
Normally, you write your bachelor project on your 6th semester, as you can see in the contents of your programme overview.
In certain cases - e.g. if you have not been able to pass 30 ECTS each semester - you might have to consider writing the project in another semester. However, you must have passed 120 ECTS before you can register for the bachelor project.
How to get started
- You start up a bachelor project like any other project. You register for the project in My Study Activities and afterwards fill out the project agreement.
- Remember to invite your supervisor and to submit the project agreement to the Board of Studies. You submit in the project base via the project agreement. For more information about finding a supervisor, go to: The project supervisor
- In the very beginning of the project, you should also make a supervision agreement together with your supervisor.
Find examples of how other students have done their projects in the Project Base
Find advice and guidance relating to writing a project under Study and Career Guidance - Thesis and projects
Find advice on exams here
You must include an abstract in your bachelor project. If the bachelor project is in Danish, the abstract must be in English. If the bachelor project is in English, you can write the abstract in either Danish or English.
See the Submission deadlines by following this link.