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Grading system

Grade  Grade description
10 Exceptional knowledge without or with negligible faults
9 Very good knowledge with some minor faults 
8 Good knowledge with certain faults
7 Solid knowledge but with several faults
6 Knowledge only meets minimal criteria
5 Knowledge does not meet minimal criteria

 

  • A student passes the exam if he is graded from 6 to 10.
  • Study requirements may also be evaluated with grades: passed with distinction, passed or failed.
  • Grades are recorded in accordance with the law.
  • ECTS credits: 1 full academic year  =  60 ECTS credit points (1 semester = 30 ECTS credit points).



Grading 

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