Final Project within ICT





Offered by

ICT Engineering




Project Methodology. The course can be followed simultaneously.
The students must be in their final year.

Main purpose

To train the student in undertaking projects. The project implementation methods and tools to be used are reflected   in the course “Project Methodology” (PM I1).




Be able to report a final project in written and oral English.
Being a project in the final year both quantity and especially the quality has to reflect final year high standards.


Primarily the study projects should be based on a problem oriented project model within a certain theme and are carried out according to the guidelines in “Framework for Projects”. The projects should be made in groups. Maximum 4 students in a group. VIA will provide the necessary supervision assistance and is to be acknowledged as the recipient of the projects.  Very often projects are carried out in cooperation with a company, organisation etc.  We recommend very much cooperation with companies and the supervisors will help students to establish contact to relevant companies, but it should be emphasized that VIA cannot guarantee students to be able to find a company interested in collaboration on the project.  The more specific problems chosen to be dealt with/shall be connected to the student’s course background from her/his home university and/or connected with activities undertaken at VIA.

Teaching methods and study activities

Project work.
1 ECTS project work is equivalent to 30 hours. 
I.e. minimum 450 hours (15 ECTS) – maximum 900 hours (30 ECTS).



To be entered for an examination, it is a condition that the report has been handed in within the set deadlines.


Group examination with individual mark based on the course assignment.

Group presentation - app. 30 minutes - followed by joint questioning session of app. 45 minutes / student.

Internal or external examiner

There will be given a mark from the ECTS scale (for fulltime students from the corresponding 7-step scale).

Grading criteria

The mark A will be given for a very good performance with no or few and not important errors. The mark E will be given for a just acceptable performance where at least half of the expected performance is reached

Additional information


Jens Cramer Alkjaersig

Valid from

8/1/2011 12:00:00 AM

Course type



Problem based project, analyses, problem solving, teamwork, report.