Positive defence report from the official opponents

1 The author ensures that copies of the dissertation are available at least four weeks before the oral defence (see the Ministerial Order, section 16).
2 The Faculty announces the time and place of the defence (see the Ministerial Order, section 17 (3)). It ensures that an audio recording is made of the defence.
3 The opponents sign a report stating whether they consider the defence satisfactory (see the Ministerial Order, section 20).
4 If the recommendation is positive, the Academic Council confers the doctoral degree (see the University Act, section 15 (2), item 4).
5 The Faculty sends the doctoral degree letter, files the case and destroys the audio recording. Three copies of the dissertation are also sent to the North Campus Library (see the Ministerial Order, section 23).