Rotation

Rotation is an annual process in which undergraduate (bachelor's degree) and integrated study programmes' students are ranked according to their learning outcomes – learning outcomes are assessed by assigning them to different levels of study. The rotation takes place after retaking the exams, but no later than 30 September of each year.

A WELL-LEARNING STUDENT IS:

  • has not any academic debts;
  • having fulfilled all the requirements for the study programme during the assessment period (participated in all examinations and credits);
  • having achieved an excellent or typical level of study achievement.

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Levels of Study Achievement

Excellent: the student has no academic debt and a weighted average of grades between 8 and 10 during the assessment period;

Typical: the student has no academic debt and a weighted average of grades above 5 in the assessment period, but does not reach the excellent level of achievement;

Threshold: the student has no academic debt and a weighted average of grades above 4 in the assessment period, but does not reach the typical level of achievement.