Bachelor seminar 2022



Bachelor seminar



On 1/18, 1/20 and 1/25, 2022, the KIT bachelor's seminar will be held. The dates of 27 January 2022 (morning and afternoon) have currently been added. The seminar is intended for all students who are completing the BP at KIT - the date of completion of studies (SZZ) is May/June 2022 and who have not already completed participation in the seminar.

  Due to the expected epidemiological situation, the bachelor's seminar will be held online. The chairpersons of the committee will send students an e-mail with a link to connect. The BP seminar consists of several sub-seminars – separate sections that take place as morning (9:00 – 12:00) or afternoon (1:00 – 4:00 p.m.) events. The seminar is for students who are processing BP on KIT, a mandatory part of the credit for WS in the 3rd year. The aim of the seminar is to present and defend the purpose of the work and the achieved or planned results of the solution (of course, it is assumed that the work does not have to be completely completed at the time of the seminar). Students will try to defend BP before SZZ, the comments of teachers and colleagues can then be incorporated into BP. The following criteria are evaluated at the seminar:
  • Title page (thesis title, name, program, supervisor)
  • Methodology
  • Work content (benefit)
  • Content of the thesis (conclusions)
  • Results and discussions (preliminary) and Conclusion (preliminary)
The registration starts from 11th December 2023 apply from December 10, 2021 through the website KIT - application for one of the mentioned dates, see below. The application deadline is January 10, 2022. Active participation of all students in the scope of one section (morning or afternoon) is assumed, a time allowance of 10 minutes per student is calculated, including 5 minutes of presentation. Registration closed on January 10, 2022. Further information: - head of BP - organizational guarantor of the seminar: Ing. Ivana Hellerová (, office phone: +420 224 382 048). Organizational guidelines: 1. Students and committee members will receive the connection address by e-mail from chairman of the commission. 2. All students connect online 5 minutes before the start of the seminar and remain connected for the entire duration of the seminar (possible attendance check during the seminar). 3. They will send their presentation as a backup by e-mail Ing. Hellers no later than the day before by 3:00 p.m. 4. Students will keep a maximum of 5 minutes for the BP presentation. 5. Students can also raise questions about the issue and communicate with their colleagues. 6. The supervisor (if he is not on the committee) also participates in the defense by default.