The project is normally carried out as a group project with 2-6 participants, but in special
cases, the Head of Studies may grant permission for a student’s project to be written or
The working language is English.
The project concludes with the compilation of a written project report. The project report has a
recommended size of 45 standard pages and a maximum size of 60 standard pages. A
standard page consists of 2,400 characters (incl. spaces). The front cover, table of contents,
list of references and any appendices are not included in the number of pages.
If the project includes a communication product or documentation of a process, the
recommended size of the written report is 30 standard pages, with a maximum size of 45
The report is written in English.
If the project includes a production or a communication process, the report must include a
description of the theoretical and practical considerations associated with the planning,
organisation and possible evaluation of the product or process, and the experience gained
through the work. The project report must be written in idiomatically, grammatically and
orthographically correct English, the presentation must be clear and lucid, and references or
other notes must be adequate and in conformity with good practice. The student(s) must
demonstrate mastery of a functional typography and layout. The choice of illustrative material
must be appropriate in relation to the project’s content and form.
In the case of productions that include written or verbal texts, emphasis is placed on ensuring
that the linguistic presentation corresponds to the contents and aim of the communication,
including the prerequisites of the target group, and that it adheres to the usual formal
requirements with respect to grammar and the rules of orthography and pronunciation.