The TU/e regulations and procedures and all supporting documents of the final Master project can be found on this link. The following information concerns the guidelines for the project evaluation. It is for both the students and the evaluators.
We evaluate the final Master project in five equally weighted categories: Specialization, Research and Design, Execution, Report and Presentation and Defense. You can find below brief guidelines for our evaluation criteria.
The Specialization category is student-centric. We evaluate the specialization of the students, with emphasis on their knowledge, skills, and abilities.
The Research and Design category is work-centric. We evaluate the research and design skills of the students through what they have done in their projects. The emphasis for our evaluation is on their work, results and achievements.
The Execution category is process-centric. We evaluate the abilities of the students to execute projects through how they have done their graduation projects. The emphasis for our evaluation is on their independence, dedication, planning and effectiveness.
The Report category is documentation-centric. We evaluate the abilities of the students to document projects through their project reports. The emphasis for our evaluation is on the report readability, quality and structure.
The Presentation and defense category is communication-centric. We evaluate the abilities of the students to disseminate and defend the achieved results. The emphasis for our evaluation is on the presentation and discussion skills of the student and on the qualitative and quantitative coverage of the achieved results.