Only for students of the MSc Media Technology who have completed the first three semesters.
The Graduation Lab comprises eight 2-hour meetings for students who are working on their 30-EC Graduation Project and thesis, with which they finalise their MSc in Media Technology. Each meeting is led by one of the Media Technology staff members involved in thesis supervision.
About 15% of the time in class is used to disseminate practical information about the graduation procedure. About 25% is used to provide information and support regarding methods, research skills, and project planning. In the remaining 60% students share their project plans and progress with the group, so that all can learn from each others’ inventiveness, research skills, and mistakes.
The graduation procedure involves project logging and filling out the Graduation Forms I and II. These forms have to be submitted using the Graduation Lab Blackboard page.
The dates are included in the Media Technology calendar
Assessment Method and Grading
Pass/fail based on participation, which involves the timely submission of Graduation Forms I and II plus attending a minimum of 6 out of 8 class meetings.