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Question:

GA/FP: Can I request a change or extension in the submission of my Graduation Assignment?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:28 AM)
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The deadlines are clearly defined in the EEG in tabulated form so that students can plan and meet the exact deadlines looking backwards from the expected block of graduation. 


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GA/FP: Can I upgrade one of my module results in the same block as my graduation block?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:19 AM)
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As per the rules, the student should have completed 220 European Credits (ECs) to submit and defend the Graduation Assignment/Final Project (GA/FP). These ECs including the obtained grades are locked in order to allow him/her to proceed with the GA/FP submission. We do not expect any changes in these grades at the time of defence or afterwards. A student could even fail a module in a worst-case scenario attempting to upgrade his/her mark. We cannot work with any uncertainties/probabilities, though in the case of failure in a reattempt a previous pass grade will remain intact.

We are happy to facilitate such upgrade attempts, but they must be completed before the GA/FP final submission as per the rules. The student cannot proceed with a GA/FP defence in the case of any pending results. Therefore, it is the student’s choice and decision to proceed with the GA/FP defence without upgrades or wait for the upgrades before proceeding with the defence. Please note the extra tuition and fees it may cost if your graduation gets delayed.


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GA/FP: Do I need to upload a signed Graduation Clearance Form prior to submitting the final version of my Graduation Assignment/Final Project?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:02 AM)
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Students do not need to upload a signed clearance form. The clearance will be confirmed internally to make sure students qualify for the oral defence.


Question:

GA/FP: How do I know who my assigned Academic Supervisor is? Where and how can I find the contact details of my supervisor?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 9:33 AM)
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Once you are prepared to graduate, you can fill in the request form for an Academic Supervisor in the online area. Alternatively, you can access the file here.


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GA/FP: How do I submit the printed copies of my Graduation Assignment?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 9:59 AM)
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Students must submit two properly bound (NO SPIRAL BINDING) copies of their GA/FP to the Front Desk at their campus. Please refer to the online area for the actual deadline to submit the hard copies.


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GA/FP: How many graduation ceremonies are there at Wittenborg? Which graduation ceremony can I attend?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:01 AM)
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There are two graduation ceremonies per year, i.e. Winter Graduation Ceremony (February) & Summer Graduation Ceremony (July).

Students who graduated in blocks 1, 2 & 3 will be invited to the winter graduation and students who graduated in blocks 5, 6 & 7 will be invited to the summer graduation.

Note:

Students can invite their family members to come to the graduation ceremony. A graduation ceremony signifies a close to your study journey at Wittenborg. It is a day full of joy, the perfect opportunity to see your fellow graduates one more time and celebrate your graduation together.


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GA/FP: How many meetings can I have with my supervisor?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:07 AM)
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There is no specific limit, but you can always contact your Academic Supervisor if it is required. However, according to the EEG Part 8, "Supervisors are allocated a total of 14 hours per student, which includes marking. Supervisors can expect regular, punctual attendance at Academic Supervisorial meetings. Try to avoid 'dropping in' to supervisors’ offices and quickly asking for advice since the supervisor may need time to reflect on your questions.

Students must come fully prepared to Academic Supervisorial meetings, which means that you have read around the subject area, and/or have drafts of material that need to be consulted." It is advisable to send the materials for discussion to the supervisors at least one or two working days before the meeting (depending on the working routine of the supervisors).


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GA/FP: How much time does it take to write a Graduation Assignment?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 9:39 AM)
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Ideally: One block for the topic, one block for the research proposal and two blocks for the Graduation Assignment.

The timeline is available in the EEG, Part 8.


Question:

GA/FP: I have uploaded my Graduation Assignment/Final Project on the wrong Turnitin area. What can I do to resolve this issue?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:18 AM)
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Please inform the Helpdesk and include the link to the wrong submission area. We will delete the wrong paper for you and you can then upload it to the correct area.

Please note that you should inform us before the deadline. It will not be possible once the deadline to the specific submission area has passed.

 

Question:

GA/FP: I want to upload my Graduation Assignment (GA) but I have a problem where I cannot log in to the GA online area because I am not enrolled any more, and when I tried to re-enrol, I could not find the GA course in the search courses bar area.

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:22 AM)
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All bachelor's students are now added to a common GA area, where we have provided links to each specialisation GA course area. Course: Graduation Assignment (Bachelor) |GA32_FP_All| (wittenborg-online.com)

For master’s students, you can find the GA/FP upload area in your own programme.

Once you want to access your GA area, you can simply click on it in the table. If you are no more enrolled there, it will ask for an enrolment key and you can find the enrolment keys in Process Tutor areas. It has not changed.


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GA/FP: Is uploading Chapter 1-3 and Chapter 1-4 mandatory?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 9:35 AM)
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No, but do realise that these are the only two opportunities that students get to have in-depth feedback on the content of their work. Missing out on this feedback seriously reduces the chance of a pass. Do keep in mind that you can only ask for a ‘free’ block after a fail on the Graduation Assignment when these upload opportunities are used.


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GA/FP: What is a synopsis video?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 9:38 AM)
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A 30-second video which gives an overview of the topic/content of your Graduation Assignment, and must be added to the presentation slides.

You can find the updated information here.


Question:

GA/FP: What is the deadline to upload my Graduation Assignment/Final Project final version?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:00 AM)
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The deadline is Monday of Week 4 at 16:00 CET in each teaching block. If you miss the deadline you will need to submit your Graduation Assignment/Final Project in the upcoming teaching block submission area.


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GA/FP: When can I apply for an Academic Supervisor and how?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 9:32 AM)
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When: For bachelor's students, it depends on your European Credits. For master's students, it depends if your research proposal topic has been passed.

How: For bachelor's students, fill out the request form.  For master's students, contact your preferred supervisor and ask whether he/she would like to become your supervisor before filling out the request form.


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GA/FP: When can I receive my diploma and transcript, once I have received my Graduation Assignment/Final Project results?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:03 AM)
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Normally, diplomas and transcripts are ready for collection within 3 months after the graduation date. However, you can check with the registrar in case you need the documents earlier by sending an email to: registrar@wittenborg.eu.


Question:

GA/FP: When can I submit my Chapter 1-3?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:29 AM)
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Please be informed that the deadline to upload Chapter 1-3 is Monday, Week 1 of the previous block (If you are planning to graduate in Block 6, the deadline will be Monday, Week 1 of Block 5). Students can find all the information on deadlines in Part 8 of the EEG.


Question:

GA/FP: When can I submit my Chapter 1-4?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:29 AM)
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Please be informed that the deadline to upload Chapter 1-4 is Monday, Week 7 of the previous block. For master’s students this deadline is Monday, Week 5 of the previous block. Students can find all the information on deadlines in Part 8 of the EEG.


Question:

GA/FP: When should I submit my Research Proposal?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 10:11 AM)
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Please see the flow chart below which will give you a complete understanding of the timings and process.

 


Question:

GA/FP: Where do I have to upload the deliverables?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 9:54 AM)
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Bachelor's students: upload your Research Proposal to the respective pathway of GA32 in the module online area. E.g. GA32_RP_IBA Research Proposal |GA32_RP_IBA|.

Master's students: upload your Research Proposal Topic in Semester 1 and Research Proposal in Semester 2 in the GA41 Research Methods assessment area.

Chapter 1-3, Chapter 1-4 and final version Graduation Assignment/Final Project: on the Graduation Assignment online area in the block you plan to graduate (check out the deadlines in the submission areas).


Question:

Graduation Assignment (GA/FP) Hard Copy: could you provide information on printing service?

(Last edited: Monday, 28 June 2021, 11:33 AM)
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Students can find it challenging to find a printing shop in their city due to many of them having closed their businesses recently. In case of being unable to find a printing shop the students may also opt for printing and binding the GAs from online printing websites e.g. https://www.printenbind.nl/. For any further information (e.g. cost, duration, delivery, data/research confidentiality, etc.), please contact the company directly. 

Note: Using the above website is your own responsibility and Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences does not take any responsibility nor has any affiliation with it whatsoever. 

 

 



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