Credit (CR) is a basic form of assessing students' work and progress. To gain credits, students must meet content and form requirements while completing assigned tasks and course requirements, such as introduction to studies (Administrative module), a block of seminars (Practical applications) extracurricular activities (sport), or submitting parts of Bachelor/Diploma thesis and the final exam preparation (Final Module)
Continuous Credit (CCR)
Continuous credit (CCR) is a specific way of checking the full-time (P1/P2) students' progress. To obtain the CCR, students are allowed only one attempt at the date set by the teacher. (No alternative date or extra attempts are offered for gaining the CCR). The CCR requirements are set by the relevant department and depend on a particular subject. (See the introduction to individual study modules/programmes)
When obtaining the CCR, +20 points will be automatically added to the final grade of the subject. (However, the +20 points can be allocated only if the student scores 51-100 points in the exam test) If failing to earn the CCR in compliance with the requirements, students will be deducted -20 points from the subject's final grade.
- Continuous test assesses students' knowledge of the respective subject/study module.
- Essay is a written analysis of an assigned problem, within the framework of the corresponding subject/study module. (required length: 5 – 7 pages)
- Presentation is a specific way of assessing students' work based on their active participation. Students must prove that they are able not only to prepare and evaluate the assigned topic, but also to present it publicly and defend the conclusions they have arrived at. The purpose of presentations is to acquire skills necessary for presenting independent work results to a scientific audience.
- Case study is an in-depth investigation of a specific problem, its assignment and required length is decided by the teacher of the relevant subject.
- Course attendance: in some subjects, the corresponding educational department can require a certain percentage of attendance necessary for the subject completion.