What is a project agreement?
The project agreement is an initial description of your planned topic, problem statement and approach. The project agreement gives you and your supervisor a common ground for starting up the project.
This is an early document and your problem statement may change as you work on your project. Invite your supervisor
You must formally invite your supervisor via the project agreement. The supervisor must then accept the invitation.
For information on how to find a supervisor, please look here: The project supervisor
Send the project agreement for approval
When your supervisor accepts the invitation to supervise and you have finished describing your project, you have to submit the project agreement to the Board of Studies for approval.
You do this via the project agreement in the project base. Until your project agreement has been approved by the Board of Studies, you will not be able to submit your project.