Master Course Small Project Game & Media Technology



The assessment criteria are:

In order to be allowed to do a re-take, the original grade must be at least a 4.

Each of the variants of the GMT Small Project is concluded with an end presentation and a written report.


The GMT Small Project report typically contains the following sections:

  1. Preface
    Explain that this report is the result of a GMT Small Project, where you perform the project, in which project, and who your collaborators and supervisors are.
  2. Introduction
    Describe the context of the project, the motivation, and the general objective.
  3. Approach
    What was done to achieve the objectives that were defined in the Introduction.
  4. Implementation
    Provide details about the implemented program, game, experiment, etc. Consider providing a class structure with the main organization of the functionality you implemented.
  5. Results
    Describe the resulting product, application, game, data collected, etc. Describe how it meets the objectives defined in the Introduction.
  6. Reflection
    Describe what you have learned from doing the small project, besides the results.
  7. Concluding Remarks
    Wrap up the report. Summarize how you objectives are met, or how the research question is answered. What is left to do to even better meet the objectives? How can the results be used, extended, or generalized?

There is no minimum or maximum to the number of words of pages. A common length is ca. 20 pages.

It is important to note that the report must be at an academic level, relecting elements from the course Scientific Perspectives on GMT. It is not sufficient to just chronologically report daily activities.

Assessment Form
See the description of each of the variants in the top menu who is the examiner performing the assessment. The examiner must use the appropriate assessment form: and submit the form to the Graduate School Natural Sciences Student Affairs desk, They will enter the grade into Osiris.