The official graduation material
- Official Graduation Manual 2021-2022
- Official Graduation Manual 2020-2021
- Official Graduation Manual 2019-2020
- Official Graduation Manual 2018-2019
- Official Graduation Manual 2017-2018
Notice that you have to follow the rules of the year you started your graduation work. Even if it takes you 2 years to complete, the rules that applied when you started are the rules that apply during your whole graduation process.
- you do not need to register for P2 yourself, the coordinator does this for all students who submitted topics
- template P2
- one week before your P2, you need to email your final P2 proposal to: (1) your first supervisor; (2) your second supervisor; (3) the delegate of the board of examiners assigned to you (you can see that in the calendar entry for your P2); (4) ‘BoardofExaminers-BK@tudelft.nl’. The email must state as subject: “P2 graduation plan + [your student number]”.
- you do not need to register for P3 or do anything special
- at one meeting with your first supervisor, you should reflect on the progress done
- supervisors are aware of this
- watch out: you need several signatures, don’t start 1h before the deadline
- pro-tip: don’t print it, instead ask people to digitally sign it with the PDF reader (Adobe and Preview.app have that built-in)
- you need to pick a co-reader, your supervisors do this with you (speak to them)
- you don’t choose the exact date, although you can propose it. The central administration does.
- what needs to be submitted is between your supervisor and you, speak to them. Usually, a draft of your thesis needs to be handed in. A draft means what your supervisors say it should be, there are no strict rules (but this can help)
- you need to upload the draft to the Brightspace Plagiarism Scan page. It’s complex, so follow the steps on this page
- P4 is a go/nogo, thus what you submit is assessed.
- if unsure if you can make, better to register and then cancel. This is how you cancel a planned P4
- there is no forms to register for P5, your 1st supervisor does that for you
- template P5
- rubric for marking the final thesis
- submit a rebuttal/corrections document with your thesis
- you must submit your final thesis to all members of the committee (chairperson + both supervisors + co-reader) one week before your P5 (and CC
firstname.lastname@example.org); you should include the co-reader, even though that person is not required to attend the P5.
- maximum 1 day after the P5, you have to upload your final thesis to the TU Delft repository, and please follow these rules