When the exjobb is almost finished
This page describes the steps you must take in order to finish your degree project.
Make the final version of your report and the abstracts
When you have made your oral presentation and received the critique from your opponent you should make the final version of your report. There may also be things that you yourself, your supervisor or your examiner want to have altered.
When the supervisor and the examiner have approved of the report, you give the final version to the coordinator of exjobbs of your subject as soon as possible after the presentation. How this is to be done is stated on the web pages of your exjobb subject. The final version should be as a pdf.
It is your responsibility that the final version of the report that you give the coordinator is correct. We will not publish new versions on the web.
You should also hand in the html versions of the abstract and the "sammanfattning" to the coordinator of your exjobb subject.
Get the last signatures on the colored exjobb sheet
The oral presentation is usually the final thing on the colored sheet. But if you have any more signatures left, get them fixed.
Complete the course questionnaire
Please complete the course questionnaire. We use your answer to improve the course.
Hand in the colored exjobb sheet to the exjobb coordinator of your subject
When all signatures are present on the colored exjobb sheet you hand it in to the exjobb coordinator of your subject. Then your exjobb can be reported into the administrative system Ladok (provided that you have a semester registration).
Apply for your degree certificate
If the exjobb is the final course, you should apply for your degree certificate. This is done with the program administration (studievägledning) using a special form.
The reports are published on the CSC web site. They are, eventually, also published in the.
If, for some reason, you do not want your report to be published on the web you must tell your exjobb coordinator so.
CSC does not produce paper copies of exjobb reports.