EMMA General Criteria
All academic graduation projects are evaluated on the content (design and research) and the presentation. Assessment is done using the following general end criteria for these two components:
DESIGN & RESEARCH – What is presented will be assessed on coherence, significance, elaboration, correctness and innovativeness* – both on main line and on aspects.
PRESENTATION* – What is presented will be assessed on the degree to which it is clear, intelligible, reflective and engaging – both on main line and on aspects.
During the graduation period and on all presentation moments (P1-P5) the assessment is given in relation to whether the student is on track in relation to the end criteria. During the assessment moment P5 the final grade will be determined, using the following tables. The final mark is the average, or may deviate from the average depending on the extent to which the whole does (or not) exceed the sum of its parts, or due other exceptional qualities of the work.
*Refer to glossary of terms for definitions