Topics for the Final thesis can be accessed online via VIlnius University Information system (VU IS) from 1st to 15th of October, 2019. During this period, students must choose their topics, following instructions below:
VU IS--E.student--My theses (selection of thesis title and thesis supervisor) and click that topic, which like you most.
If a student initiates and suggests own title for the final thesis (discussed and agreed with the Supervisor beforehand), then it is obligatory to fill in an application form, signed both by Student and the Supervisor which then has to be sent by email to the administrator of the relevant Institute not later than October 15th of the current year. The application must be written clearly (preferably printed) and error-free.
CONTACTS OF INSTITUTES ADMINISTRATORS:
Approved final list of selected topics will be announced on the 1st of November, 2019 on the website of Faculty of the Medicine: https://www.mf.vu.lt/en/studies/undergraduate-studies-2/integrated-studies/final-thesis
Already published topics may be changed only in case of the topic or supervisor change not later than 1st February, 2020. To do so the student must fill in the new application form signed by both the student and the Supervisor and send it by email to the administrator of the relevant Institute.
Submission of the final thesis: in accordance with the current Recommendations How to Prepare and Defend the Final Thesis for Medical Programme Students, the final thesis approved by the Supervisor must be sent in PDF format to the administrator of the relevant Department or Clinic by e-mail no later than May 15th, 2020.
CONTACTS OF DEPARTMENTS/CLINIC ADMINISTRATORS:
Institute of Biomedical Science:
- Aušra Ruseckaitė - Department of Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and Medical Physis, email:
- Airida Dosinaitė - Department of Anatomy, Histology and Antropology, email:
- Dalia Kuzminskienė - Department of Human and Medical Genetics, email:
- Dovilė Karčiauskaitė - Department of Physiology, Biochemistry, Microbiology and Laboratory Medicine, email:
- Reda Kolosova - Department of Pathology, Forensic Medicine and Pharmacology, email:
Institute of Health Science:
- Greta Zambžickaitė - Department of Nursing - email:
- Virginija Jaeck - Department of Public Health - email:
- Giedrė Mikulėnaitė - Department of Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine - email:
Institute of Clinical Medicine:
- Clinic of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care
- Clinic of Cardiac and Vascular Diseases
- Clinic of Chest Diseases, Dermatovenerology and Allergology
- Clinic of Children's Diseases
- Clinic of Ear, Nose, Throat and Eye Diseases
- Clinic of Emergency Medicine
- Clinic of Gastroenterology, Nephro-Urology and Surgery
- Clinic of Infectious Diseases
- Clinic of Internal Deaseases, Family Medicine and Oncology
- Clinic of Neurology and Neurosurgery
- Clinic of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Clinic of Psychiatry
- Clinic of Rheumatology, Orthopaedics Traumatology and Reconstructive Surgery
RECOMMENDATIONS HOW TO PREPARE AND DEFEND THE FINAL THESIS FOR MEDICAL PROGRAMME STUDENTS:
THE FINAL LIST OF THE FINAL THESIS TOPICS
The Final List of the Final Thesis Topics (updated 26/02/2020)
Date of the exam: June 5, 2020, 5.30 PM
Place of examination: Centre of Information Technology Development at Vilnius University in Saulėtekis Student Campus. (Saulėtekio str. 9), the II-nd Interconnection Corps (Information Technology Application Center), 1st floor, computer hall 108.
Structure of the final exam:
• the number of questions for each student is 200;
• each student receives different questions, selected automatically by random sampling;
• exam time for solving tasks – 3 hours;
• 5 answers are provided for each question;
• each question can have:
o one correct answer (in the question base specified “Pasirinkite”), in this case the answer options are circled or
o two, three, four or five correct answers (in the question base specified - „Pasirinkite bent vieną atsakymą“), in this case the answer options are square
o there are no questions with no correct answers.
Those who pass the exam are rated by a computer program:
• 93 - 100 percent correctly answered questions: 10 points – excellent;
• 83,7 - 92,9 percent correctly answered questions: 9 points – very good;
• 75,3 - 83,6 percent correctly answered questions: 8 points – good;
• 66,9 - 75,2 percent correctly answered questions: 7 points – average;
• 58,5 - 66,8 percent correctly answered questions: 6 points – satisfactory;
• 51,0 - 58,4 percent correctly answered questions: 5 points – weak.
4 points and less - minimal requirements not fulfilled:
•40,0 – 50,9 percent correctly answered questions - 4 points;
•30,0 – 39,9 percent correctly answered questions - 3 points;
•20,0 – 29,9 percent correctly answered questions - 2 points;
•< 20 percent correctly answered questions - 1 point.
The final exam and the results are approved by the Final Examination Commission formed by the Rector's order.
Open access to the exam questions database is provided in the new Virtual Learning Environment (VMA) in the course Final exam (Medicine) - will be available since spring semester (maybe in March).