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Grading Scale

The grading scale of the TTK University of Applied Sciences:

5 Excellent – distinguished and especially profound knowledge of the subject both theoretically and practically, free and creative practical use of the results of the studied subject, comprehensive independent work, variety knowledge of the professional literature. The student has acquired 91-100% of the subject.

4 Very good – very good knowledge of the theoretical and practical part of the subject, very good ability to use the knowledge of the studied subject. The student has not demonstrated either principal or essential mistakes at the exam. The student has acquired 81-90% of the subject.

3 Good – good knowledge of the theoretical and practical content of the study course good knowledge of the use of the studied subject. But there have occurred some insecureness and inaccuracy at the exam. The student has acquired 71-80% of the subject.

2 Satisfactory – satisfactory knowledge of important theoretical and practical principles, facts and methods and the ability to use that knowledge in the typical situations, but there has occurred some insecurity and the student has made noticeable mistakes during the exam. The satisfactory mark is to be considered as sufficient to continue the study-process. The student has acquired 61-70% of the subject.

1 Sufficient – the student has acquired the minimum level of knowledge, and there are serious problems for the practical use of the knowledge, that may cause difficulties for acquiring the subject linked with this one. The student has acquired 51-60% of the subject.

0 Insufficient – the student has not acquired the knowledge on the minimum level of the subject. The student has acquired less than 50 % of the subject.

F – Fail

Passed – Pass

NP – Not Participated

Please note that there are two options of evaluation of the learning outcome: differential (graded) or non-differential (not graded). In latter case it is not possible to get a grade as the course will end with an assessment where the results given will be either „Passed“ or „Failed“ accordingly.

ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) was developed by the Commission of the European Communities in order to provide common procedures to guarantee academic recognition of studies abroad. It provides a way of measuring and comparing learning achievements and transferring them from one institution to another. This is achieved by the use if a common ECTS credit unit and a common ECTS credit scale. This system offers possibility to measure and transfer the credits that are given in different countries in different universities and universities of applied sciences (professional higher educational institutions). Therefore the European Credit Transfer System builds bridges between European institutions and widens the choices available to students. ECTS also improves access to information on foreign curricula.

 


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