The diploma is awarded when the student has successfully passed all deliberation sets of the study programme. This includes passing the general examinations for all courses, and presenting and successfully presenting the bachelor’s thesis.
The requirements to pass a course are listed in the individual course sheets. The assessment can be periodic (written or oral exam) and/or non-periodic (participation, assignment, individual or group work).
Grading and Credit System
Grade of Merit
In calculating the grade of merit, the examination marks and weighting coefficients for all course units are factored in and result in a score out of 1000.
The grade of merit is expressed as follows:
- Summa cum laude (at least 825 out of 1000)
- Magna cum laude (at least 750 out of 1000)
- Cum laude (at least 675 out of 1000)
- No grade of merit (at least 500 out of 1000)