Erasmus Mundus in Social Work with Families and Children, ECTS and grading scale.
European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a standard for comparing the study attainment and performance of students of higher education across the European Union and other collaborating European countries.
ECTS credits indicate the workload required to complete a course. 60 credits represent the workload of one year of study (two semesters), whereas 30 credits represent one semester.
An excellent performance, clearly outstanding. The candidate demonstrates excellent judgement and a high degree of independent thinking.
A very good performance. The candidate demonstrates sound judgement and a very good degree of independent thinking.
A good performance in most areas. The candidate demonstrates a reasonable degree of judgement and independent thinking in the most important areas.
A satisfactory performance, but with significant shortcomings. The candidate demonstrates a limited degree of judgement and independent thinking.
A performance that meets the minimum criteria, but no more. The candidate demonstrates a very limited degree of judgement and independent thinking.
A performance that does not meet the minimum academic criteria. The candidate demonstrates an absence of both judgement and independent thinking.