Description of the institutional grading and ECTS system:
The local grade system foresees evaluations based on a maximum of 30 points, to which can be added the “laude”, as a further appreciation for the student (praise).
30 /30 and 30/30 cum laude = A ; from 27 to 29 = B; from 24 to 26 = C; from 21 to 23 = D; from 18 to 20 = E; <18= F.
ECTS grading scale:
|ECTS Grade||% successful students normally achieving the grade||Correspondence with this Academy system||Definition|
|A||10||30 /30 and 30/30 cum laude||EXCELLENT – outstanding performance with only minor errors|
|B||25||From 27 to 29/30||VERY GOOD – above the average standard but with some errors|
|C||30||From 24 to 26/30||GOOD – Generally sound work with a number of notable errors|
|D||25||From 21 to 23/30||SATISFACTORY – Fair but with significant shortcomings|
|E||10||From 18 to 20/30||SUFFICIENT- Performance meets the minimum criteria|
|FX||—||FAIL – some more work required before the credit can be awarded||FAIL – Some more work required before the credit can be awarded|
|F||—||FAIL – considerable further work is required||FAIL – Considerable further work is requiredECTS credits:|
1 full academic year 60 credits
1 Semester = 30 credits
1 term/trimester = 20 credits
The Institute adopts the ECTS.
1 credit corresponds to 25 hours, with a proportion equal to:
1:1 for practical activities (laboratories) – (1 credit corresponds to 25 hours of frontal lessons);
1:2 for theoretical and practical courses – (1 credit corresponds to 12,5 hours of frontal lessons);
1:3 for theoretical courses – (1 credit corresponds to 7,5 hours of frontal lessons).