Final Grades / Course Credits

FINAL GRADES AND COURSE CREDITS

Stationary courses (100% of teaching and learning takes place in the classroom)

The final grade is drawn from following components:

  • Attendance and activity (performance) in the classroom: 25% of the grade
  • Test results, partial tests, homework: 25% of the grade
  • Final test results: 50% of the grade.

To obtain credits for the course one must demonstrate achievement in each of the above categories. If a student happens to receive 0% in any of the above-mentioned categories he/she is not eligible to receive credits.

Grading scale

  • 99 – 100% Grade: 5!
  • 93 – 98%   Grade: 5
  • 87 – 92%   Grade: 4+
  • 77 – 86%   Grade: 4
  • 71 – 76%   Grade: 3+
  • 60 – 70%   Grade: 3

On completion of  a 60-hour-course students receive 2 ECTS points. In the case of 60-hour foreign language courses (30 x 2 hours), three unexplained absences are allowed. In the case of 30-hour courses two unexplained absences are allowed. Missed classes should be made up for according to the standards and requirements outlined by the teacher at the beginning of the course.

Blended courses (50% of teaching and learning takes place in the classroom and 50% online)

The final grade is drawn from the following components:

  • Obligatory activities on the Moodle / Internet platform: 40%
  • Final test: 30%
  • Attendance and activity (performance) in the classroom / in face-to-face classes: 30%

Grading scale

  • 99 – 100%   Grade: 5!
  • 93 – 98%    Grade: 5
  • 87 – 92%    Grade: 4+
  • 77 – 86%   Grade: 4
  • 71 – 76%   Grade: 3+
  • 60 – 70%   Grade: 3

Note: At the end of the semester, all of the students are obliged to obtain a minimum 60% score for the Moodle (Internet) component. Two unexplained absences are allowed in one semester. On completion of a 60-hour-course (30 hours online and 30 hours in class), i.e. on completion of the learning outcomes, students receive 2 ECTS points.

E-courses (25% of teaching and learning takes place in the classroom and 75% online)

At the end of the semester all of the  students are obliged to obtain a minimum 60% result of the total score for the Internet component of the course and a minimum 60% attendance record, which qualifies them for taking the final test in class.

The final grade consists of:

  • Internet platform score: 60%
  • Final test result: 30%
  • Attendance and activity (performance) in the classroom / in face-to-face classes: 10%

Grading scale

  • 99 – 100% Grade: 5!
  • 93 – 98%   Grade: 5
  • 87 – 92%   Grade: 4+
  • 77 – 86%   Grade: 4
  • 71 – 76%   Grade: 3+
  • 60 – 70%   Grade: 3

On completion of a 60-hour-course students receive 2 ECTS points.

Online language courses (‚Language of Meetings and Conferences’, ‚Writing abstracts in English’, ‚Effective Communication in Business’).

The final grade for a language course is drawn from following components:

  • Internet platform score: 70%
  • Final test result: 30%

Note: Students are obliged to obtain a minimum score of 60% from both components.

Grading scale

  • 99 – 100% Grade: 5!
  • 93 – 98%   Grade: 5
  • 87 – 92%   Grade: 4+
  • 77 – 86%   Grade: 4
  • 71 – 76%   Grade: 3+
  • 60 – 70%   Grade: 3

On completion of a 60-hour-course  students receive 2 ECTS.