Important Information for Graduands - Mechatronics Engineering BSc

In case you are eligible to take the state exam in 2018/19/2, you should sign up for it and fill in the subject check list table.
Subject check list - Mechatronics Eng. BSc - Starting year 2013

Subject check list - Mechatronics Eng. BSc - Starting year 2014

Subject checklist - Mechatronics Eng. BSc - Starting year 2015-2016

Subject checklist - Mechatronics Eng. BSc - Starting year 2016-17

Subject checklist - Mechatronics Eng BSc (Cyber-Physical Systems spec) - Starting year 2017-2018

Deadline for signing up for the state exam: 21 February 2020, room 124, 12 noon
Deadline for submitting the completed check list chart: 21 February 2020, room 124, 12 noon

Presentation of Project Work: 23-24 March 2020

 

Study period for graduating students: Monday 10 February  – Friday 10 April 2020
Exam period for graduating students: Monday 13 April – Friday 15 May 2020

Exam registration period on Neptun for graduating students: week commencing with 9 April 2020

In case you take courses which are not finalist courses, please inform the instructors that you are a graduating student.

In case you are taking non-finalist courses (courses which are not in the final semester of the curriculum), the study period (14 teaching weeks) lasts until Friday 15 May 2020. Still, those courses need to be completed until the aforementioned deadline (which is grade submission deadline for graduands), otherwise graduands are not allowed to take the state exam in June. Please inform the instructors on time that you are a graduating student and there is a grade submission deadline for graduands. In case of non-finalist courses instructors can be requested but may not be obliged to provide graduands with exam opportunities in the exam period for graduating students. In the exam/test graduands need to give account of the 14-week teaching material.

Until 15 May 2020 every necessary grade should have been submitted on Neptun.

State exam date:
16 and 19 June  2020

Submission deadline for thesis:  22 May 2020, 12 noon, room 120. (with special admission: 4 Decemeber 2019)
Deadline for submitting the thesis topic announcement form: 6 March 2020, room 120, 12 noon. (signed by the supervisor and sent in email in Word format to  )

Download the Thesis Topic Announcement Form here.
About thesis you can read here. 
Please meet the deadline above! Late submissions will not be considered!
 
In order to take the state exam, please note:

  • If you have unpaid items (also tuition fees or overdue books from the library) on Neptun, please pay them in until 10 April 2020.
  • You need the subject, called Work and Fire Safety Training signed on Neptun.
  • You need two semester of Physical Education signed on Neptun.
  • You need to complete 10 credit points of optional courses.
  • If for some reasons you cannot come to the state exam, please let us know (International Office).

 Calculation of Diploma Grade (D):

For graduands who completed the Mechatronics Engineering BSc program according to the curriculum of 2013:

D=(T + WFE + OFE):3, where

T: Grade for defending the thesis

WFE: Grade for the written part of the final exam

OFE: Average grade for the oral part of the final exam

For graduands who completed the Mechatronics Engineering BSc program according to the curriculum of 2014:

D= 0,2 x FE + 0,3 x T + 0,2 x WGE + 0,3 x CE, where

FE: Grade for the final exam

T: Grade for defending the thesis

WGE: Weighted grade average

CE: Average grade of comprehensive exams (CE= 0,3x grade of Mathematics comp.ex.+ 0,7x grade of Mechatronics comp. ex.)

For graduands who completed the Mechatronics Engineering BSc program according to the curriculum of 2015:

D= 0,2 x FE + 0,3 x T + 0,2 x WGE + 0,3 x CE, where

FE: Grade for the final exam

T: Grade for defending the thesis

WGE: Weighted grade average

CE: Average grade of comprehensive exams 

(CE= 0,3x grade of Mathematics comp.ex.+ 0,7x grade of Mechatronics comp. ex.)

For graduands who completed the Mechatronics Engineering BSc program according to the curriculum of 2016:

D= 0,2 x FE + 0,3 x T + 0,2 x WGE + 0,3 x CE, where

FE: Grade for the final exam

T: Grade for defending the thesis

WGE: weight grade average

CE: Average grade of comprehensive exams 

(CE= 0,3x grade of Mathematics comp.ex.+ 0,7x grade of Mechatronics comp. ex.)

For graduands who completed the Mechatronics Engineering BSc program according to the curriculum of 2017 or after:

D= 0.3×B+0.2×C+0.5×A, where

A: Average of comprehensive exams A=0.3 x mathematics comp. exam+0.7 x
mechatronics comp.exam
B: Average of the grades of the subjects of the state exam
C: Grade for defending thesis

On the basis of the calculated average grade the classification of the award:

Outstanding                             4.81 – 5.00

Excellent                                  4.51 – 4.80

Good                                        3.51 – 4.50

Satisfactory                              2.51 – 3.50

Pass                                         2.00 – 2.50

Updated: 2020.05.13.


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