It is expected that students participate in all lectures. Students cannot be absent from more than 25% of lectures. 
 
Differentiated grading in individual courses or parts of courses takes place in a grading system consisting of six marks as following 
 
A (5) – "excellent" – outstanding and particularly profound achievement of learning outcomes, along with creativity and consummate proficiency in applying skills and knowledge. Corresponds to 91-100% aquisition of the subject.
B (4) – "very good" – very good achievement of learning outcomes, along with proficiency in applying skills and knowledge in a targeted and creative manner. Some details of knowledge and skills may exhibit errors which are neither substantive nor serious. Corresponds to 81-00% aquisition of the subject.
C (3) – "good" – good achievement of learning outcomes, along with proficiency in applying skills and knowledge in a relevant manner. A certain imprecision and uncertainty are apparent in the depth and detail of knowledge and skills. Corresponds to 71-80% aquisition of the subject.
D (2) – "satisfactory" – sufficient achievement of learning outcomes, along with application of knowledge and skills in a typical manner; in atypical situations both, uncertainty as well as lack of knowledge and skills are apparent. Corresponds to 61-70% aquisition of the subject.
E (1) – "poor" – minimum acceptable achievement of the most important learning outcomes along with limited application of knowledge and skills in typical situations; in atypical situations both, considerable uncertainty as well as lack of knowledge and skills are apparent. Corresponds to 51-60% aquisition of the subject.
F (0) – "failed" – achievement in knowledge and skills below the minimum standard. . Corresponds to 0-50% aquisition of the subject.
 
Examinations and assignments are considered to be accomplished if it is graded from “A” till “E”.
 
In non-differentiated grading a passing result (P) means that credit is given while a failing result (F) means that credit is not given.
 
Weighted Average Mark (WAM) is used to measure the student’s academic performance throughout the studies. For calculating the WAM, the numerical value of the mark (A = 5, B = 4, C = 3, D = 2, E = 1, F and IC = 0) of each course is multiplied with the credit points of the course, the products for all courses are added up and the sum is divided by the total number of credit points received during the whole study period. For receiving the diploma, the WAM has to be at least 2.0.
 
Cum laude will be awarded to a student who has passed all examinations with marks A, B, and C and received A for the Diploma Paper, and whose weighted average mark has been 4,60 or higher.

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