Completion of classes

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

§ 6.

Completion of classes

  1. Individual classes which students may be required to complete shall be understood to include tutorials, project work, laboratory and workshop classes, seminars, foreign language classes, as well as lectures where no examination is foreseen for a given course.
  2. Credit for classes shall be based on the assessment of a student’s coursework during a semester and should be given before its end. Credit shall be awarded by the teacher responsible for the classes.
  3. If credit concerns the contents of a lecture, the assessment of student achievements must include at least two tests. In this case, the teacher responsible for the classes shall be required to publish arrangements for a resit test for a given lecture.
  4. A student shall have access to his or her assessed assignments on dates specified by the teacher responsible for the classes.
  5. If, during the assessment procedure by which credit is awarded for classes, the teacher conducting assessment establishes that the work submitted by a student is not his or her own work or that a student has used unauthorised materials, the student shall receive a failing grade for these classes.
  6. Credit for classes shall be given together with a grade, except for practical placements, physical education classes and classes organised for information purposes as specified by the Faculty Board.
  7. A student raising objections to the correctness of the assessment conducted by the teacher in order to give credit for classes may submit a request for reassessment before a board. The request should be submitted either to the immediate superior of the teacher conducting assessment or to the Dean within four days of the date on which the results of the assessment are communicated. Reassessment conducted by a board for the award of credit should take place within one week of the date of the submission of the request. The composition of the board shall be determined by the Dean. At the request of the student, an authorised representative of the student self-government shall take part as an observer in the reassessment conducted by the board. The reassessment conducted by the board may involve joint review and evaluation of the student’s coursework assignments or projects by the board members.
  8. The Dean may stipulate reassessment by a board on his or her own initiative.
  9. Classes shall be repeated where a student has not achieved credit for them before the beginning of the registration period.