Average calculation

The Graduation Committee will make an overall assessment of the candidate's preparation, taking into account the results of the entire university career. Final reports submitted to the 'Preliminary Evaluation Committee', can be awarded a maximum of 1 point; final reports submitted to the 'Graduation Committee', can be awarded a maximum of 4 points.
The weighted average of the admission grade is calculated using the best marks for a number of 150 ECTS credits; it is rounded up if the decimal is greater than or equal to 0.5, and down if less than 0.5; 3 points are considered in the calculation of the average for each mark with honours awarded, while supernumerary exams are not taken into account; a bonus of 1 point is attributed to students who graduate within the prescribed time of the course; if the candidate has a final mark of at least 110, the president proposes to the Committee that lode be awarded.
If the candidate achieves a final mark of at least 112, the president shall propose the awarding of honours; if the candidate achieves a final mark between 110 and 112, the supervisor or a committee member may propose awarding lode. Students who have participated in international student mobility programmes as part of their training, in accordance with Article 13 of these Regulations, and who have obtained recognition of ECTS credits for training activities carried out abroad, will be awarded 1 additional point, which will count towards their degree grade.