In order to be able to graduate for the master AI, it is important that all courses are completed, except for the Master Thesis AI and one other course (6 EC). You will have to ask the Examinations Board to approve your programme and for permission to start with your Master Thesis.
For detailed information on this and relevant forms, please follow this link to the Master AI page.
When all marks of all study components (including the research project) are registered in SIS, Master students can apply for their diploma (Master's certificate) by filling in the form on the following website: https://datanose.nl/#graduation
The following issues are important:
In case you need a confirmation of graduation letter you can visit the DUO website (www.mijndiplomas.nl) to download a certificate. This is an official document published by DUO.
Archiving your Master Thesis is an essential part of the preparation for your graduation. Your Thesis needs to be uploaded before you can request your diploma.
Submitting your Master Thesis
Go to the website (via the link mentiond below):
The system also generates an e-mail to the library, where the thesis will be filed in the archive.
If there are no objections from the supervisor and the student against publication the thesis will subsequently be disclosed.
In case a student objects to publication on the internet he/she, apart from uploading the thesis, has to send an e-mail to the Education Service Centre with the request not to publish the thesis (and the student's name); your thesis will be stored in the archive.
The Examinations Board is an independent committee of which the members are appointed by the Dean of the Faculty. The Examinations Board is responsible for the quality of examinations and for the issue of degrees of the Master's programme. The Board assesses requests and complaints concerning the Education and Examinations Regulations.
The designation of ‘cum laude’ (with distinction) is added to your diploma in recognition of exceptional performance. Such an allocation by the Examinations Board is based on rules stated in the Rules and Guidelines of the Examinations Board.
In order to find out whether you have shown exceptional competence as a student you need to consult the Rules and Guidelines of the Examinations Board. Here you will find the conditions for the designation of ‘cum laude’, such conditions may be: no component is marked with less than a seven (7), the result for the Master’s thesis is at least an eight (8), the weighted average of all Master’s programme components, excluding the Master’s thesis, is at least an eight (8). These conditions vary per study programme.
Please take a look at article 5.2 of the Rules and Guidelines of the Examinations Board in order to find out what the specific conditions and exemptions for your study programme are.
Please note that this text is only an indication, the specific conditions and exemptions are stipulated in article 5.2 of the Rules and Guidelines of the Examinations Board