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GRADING AND ECTS CREDITS

 

General information about ECTS:

In addition to the grading scale, there are HEIs in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) under which a certain number of credits is allocated to a given subject, independently of marks awarded. To complete a year successfully, the student has to collect 60 credits (30 per semester).

The ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) is the standard adopted by all universities in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) in the process of convergence between Europe’s higher education systems. Since 2007, all Polish higher education institutions have been required to use ECTS for both credit transfer and accumulation within their degree programmes. The ECTS credits allow foreign students’ periods of study at HEIs in Poland to be recognized.

For more information on the adjustment to the Bologna Process and ECTS credits please visit:
European Higher Education Area: http://www.ehea.info/
The Bologna Process

 

 

General information about grading:

All higher education institutions are required to end their courses with examinations. There may be several independent examinations or tests in separate parts of a subject. Usually, oral and written examinations are held at the end of each semester during the examination session. Students sit examinations on each subject separately. The performance assessment period covers either one semester or one academic year.
To successfully complete a semester (or a year), a student must attain the pass mark (at least “satisfactory”) for all assessments and examinations in the subjects covered by the curriculum and obtain performance assessment credits for all integrated placements.

 

Grading: Each HEI identifies its grading scale in its Study Rules. The most common scale comprises the following marks:

5 very good (bardzo dobry)
4 good (dobry)
3 satisfactory (dostateczny)
2 unsatisfactory/fail (niedostateczny)
credit/pass (zaliczenie)

Sometimes the plus symbol or decimal is used to modify the numerical grades. It must be pointed out at this time that grades awarded according to the scale are not directly transferable to the ECTS credits.

 

 

Koszalin University of Technology is university-type public Higher Education Institution (HEI).

Grading scale at Koszalin University of Technology

 

Local grade ECTS grade Definition
5 A very good
4,5 B better than good
4 C good
3,5 D satisfactory
3 E sufficient
2 F/FX failed

 

 

Detailed information at following weblinks:

 

University name and adress

General information about the univeristy

University authorities

Student affairs office

Academic calendar

List of degree programs

Admission/ registration procedures

Most important university regulations

Information on degree programmes

Information on degree programmes (Erasmus students)

Cost of living

Accomodation

Meals

Medical facilities

Facilities for special needs students

Insurance

Financial support for students

Study facilites

International programs (including Erasmus)

Practical information for mobile students

Language courses

Internships

Sport facilities

Extra-mural and leisure activities

Student associations

 

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Politechnika Koszalińska
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+48 94 347-85-00 +48 94 342-59-63
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