Important Information for Graduands - Mechatronics Engineering BSc

In case you are eligible to take the state exam in 2022/23/1, 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 or thereafter

Deadline for registering for the state exam: 8 March  2024, 12 noon through Neptun System only

Deadline for deregistering for the state exam: 1 April  2024, 12 noon through Neptun System only

Date of Project presentation: 27 March 2024 (BSc program), 15 May 2023 (MSc program)

Deadline of Thesis submission: 6 May 2024 at 12 noon (online uploading)

Deadline of plagiarism review: 29 April 2024 (at 23:59)

Request to Late State Exam Registration or Deregistration

Deadline for submitting the completed check list chart: 8 March 2024, 12 noon filling in online form

Request to Late State Exam Registration or Deregistration

Deadline of signing up for state exam: 22 Febr - 8 March 2024 only through Neptun System (not personally) 

Deregistering from state exam: until 1 April 2024 only through Neptun System (not personally) 

Study period for graduating students: Monday 12 February  –  12 April 2024
Exam period for graduating students: Monday 15 April - 17 May 2024

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 17 May 2024. 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 17 May 2024 every necessary grade should have been submitted on Neptun.

Deadline of sending the Thesis presentation in email to csmoni@eng.unideb.hu is ...May 2024

State exam date:


12-13 of June   2024, from 9 am


Submission deadline for thesis: 6 May 2024, 12 noon, building B 1st floor.


Deadline for submitting the thesis topic announcement form: 11 March 2024, building B 1st floor, 12 noon. (signed by the supervisor and sent in email in Word format to "Kövér Gabriella" <kover.gabriella@eng.unideb.hu>)

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 15 April 2024.
  • 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)

Information related to State Exam for students who are graduating on the basis of model curriculum of 2017 or later:

Information related to State Exam for students who are graduating on the basis of model curriculum of 2017 or later:

Written part of the state exam and exam topic selection have been deleted for students who started their program on the basis of the curriculum of 2017.

Each student shall have a 15 minute presentation time frame for the performance that will include a 10-minute presentation of the thesis and a 5-minute period of time to respond or explain the review of their thesis.

Slides of the thesis presentation: it contains minimum 10 and maximum 15 slides to the thesis and minimum 2 and maximum 5 slides as a reflection to the review. Afterwards the examination board may ask questions in the 4 topics. A student shall prepare separate slides in advance with the minimum of 1 or the maximum of 2 slides/question.

The slides of the presentation will have to be uploaded to the computer (and try it) before the examination starts.  Any technical problem occurs (the lack of available format or video codec) is the student’s responsibility.

Suggested: PPT version 2016, video: HD Ready resolution, AVI container format.

During the presentation of a thesis the task and own results have to be presented. In case of the answers to the topics technological depths are expected to be discussed.

A student shall have to upload the presentation and the possible video to e-learning system. Note: The maximum file size that can be uploaded to e-learning system is 20 MB. Presentation: the maximum size is 20 MB, video: the maximum size is 20 MB.

The state examination board evaluates a student’s performance: the correctness of the thesis defence and answers as well as the professional quality of communication (correct use of terms) and brief but precise wording. Moreover it considers the efficient use of the time available.

Treatment of concealed theses: Thesis uploading is carried out to a separated e-learning site with restricted access (access is exclusively possible with the email address provided in Neptun system). Paper-based administration is carried out according to the protocols so far.

A student’s presentation and defence are usually provided in public except for the presentation and defence of a concealed thesis.

 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

Last update: 2024. 02. 29. 09:10