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F7ABBBP - Bachelor Thesis

Communication No 1:

Important links in relation to the processing of the bachelor thesis (BT) and the final state examination (FSE) process for AY 2022/2023

The links to the websites below are primarily related to the MENU tab STUDENT and then Bachelor Theses and Final State Examinations. In the points below there are direct links to the texts in question.

In general, all deadlines within the academic year and therefore the academic year timetable are listed on the website here. The key dates in terms of the BT and the FSE are also given in the links below.

The opportunity to apply for a transfer or cancellation of a FSE deadline is only until 18 April 2023! See links below.

1. All instructions and requirements regarding formal instructions, attachments and submission of BT in PROJECTS are given on the website here.

2. All instructions regarding the process of the FSE are given on the website here.

3. The applicable topics for the FSE are listed on the webpage here under the title of the Biomedical Technology degree programme.

4. The template and instructions for creating a BT are given on this webpage at the end below.

5. The whole BT will be written in English and there will not be used texts in Czech! You will NOT insert a title, abstract or keywords in the BT in Czech, the template is then available at the bottom of this webpage. In PROJECTS you can only fill in the title, abstract and keywords in English and both entries, i.e. for both Czech and English.  The PDF file below should be opened with a PDF reader and not with a PDF plugin in the browser. Then you would not see the nested DOC file, which is the actual template.

5. The roster of students to committees will be posted after the BT is submitted on the website here and completely at the end.

Code Completion Credits Range Language
F7ABBBP Z 6 8C English
In order to register for the course F7ABBBP, the student must have successfully completed the course F7ABBSPR2 in a previous semester.
Garant předmětu:
Jiří Hozman
Jiří Hozman
Jiří Hozman, Václava Piorecká, David Vrba
Department of Biomedical Technology

Individual student projects at the end of bachelor studies. Topics are selected during the 5th term from a list. Bachelor thesis is defended at the end of the examination period. Bachelor thesis defence is a part of the state exam. Bachelor thesis can be written and defended either Czech or English. Students are supervised by a tutor during the above mentioned process.


Processing of requested work in writting and handover to lead of this work.

Syllabus of lectures:


Syllabus of tutorials:

During the term there are dedicated 8 hours every week for work under teacher supervising.

Study Objective:

The main goal is to make an individual project at the end of the bachelor program when the student can demonstrate individual ability to resolve a specific problem, based on particular topic using knowledge acquired from previous study. Students will apply appropriate formats of presentation and writing (typographical conventions).

Study materials:

[1] ISO 5966 Information and documentation - Guidelines for the presentation of technical reports

[2] ISO 7144 Documentation - Presentation of theses and similar documents

[3] ISO 2384 Documentation - Presentation of translations

[4] ISO 2145 Documentation - Numbering of divisions and subdivisions in written documents

[5] ISO 999 Information and documentation - Guidelines for the content, organization and presentation of indexes

[6] ISO 690 Information and documentation - Bibliographic references - Content, form and structure

[7] ISO 690-2 Information and documentation - Bibliographic references -

Part 2: Electronic documents or parts thereof

[8] English for doctors : authentic consulting, room activities for doctors, dentists, students and nurses with accompanying recorded material / Mária Györffy. - [Praha?] : Triton, 2001. - 226 s. : il. - ISBN 80-7254-203-6.

[9] Electronic information sources - Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation - John G. Webster (authorized access via

The course is a part of the following study plans: