Completion of a course

Article index

  1. Introduction
  2. General rules
  3. Rights and duties of students
  4. Organisation of the academic year
  5. Organisation of degree programmes
  6. Completion of classes
  7. Examination
  8. Completion of a course
  9. Grading scale
  10. Arrangements for students following a part of the curriculum outside their home faculty
  11. Completion of a semester of study
  12. Registration for the next year or semester of study
  13. Arrangements for students following an individualised study programme
  14. Arrangements for students following more than one degree programme in parallel
  15. Transfers
  16. Arrangements for resuming study
  17. Leave of absence
  18. The diploma thesis
  19. The diploma examination
  20. Graduation
  21. Ranking of graduates
  22. Prizes and distinctions
  23. Liability of students
  24. Circumstances of striking students from the register of students
  25. Final and transitional provisions

§ 8.

Completion of a course

  1. The completion of all types of classes taught as part of a given course during one semester must be certified jointly by the award of credit for a full course. In specific cases, at the request of the Dean and upon the consent of the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, classes taught as part of one course during one semester may represent more than unit for which credit is given separately as for a full course.
  2. The overall grade for a given course shall be based on the grades for individual classes and the grade for an examination, where conducted, and shall be calculated in accordance with the rules laid down in the course regulations. Credit for a course shall be given and the grade shall be determined and entered in the student record book by the teacher responsible for the course. If this teacher is unable to do so, credit shall be given and entered in the student record book by a person authorised by the Dean.
  3. The teacher responsible for a given course may exempt, fully or partially, a student participating in a research or application-oriented project, a research camp or a practical placement from attendance at classes taught as part of a course which is thematically related to the work carried out by the student. Credit and a grade for these classes shall be given by the teacher responsible for a given course.
  4. Upon successful completion of a full course, a student shall be awarded the number of credits allocated to the course.