For each course, the final grade is given in the form of a percentage ranging from 0 to 100. This percentage is then converted to an alphabetic grade using the following scheme:
Overall results are summarised by a Grade Point Average (GPA) ranging from 0 to 4. Each partner university will transmit grades under the alphabetic system (having first converted the grade if the local grading system differs). For the purpose of computing a student's GPA, alphabetic grades are weighted as in the above table.
To be permitted to proceed to the next semester, a B average (i.e. GPA above 3.0) calculated over the past semesters is required. To earn the degree, a B average over the two years is required.
In the event of a GPA below 3.0 at the end of a semester, students will be put on academic probation to allow for exceptional situations.
In the event of receiving an F for the first time, the student is required to repeat the course (the F shall be replaced by the new grade and will not appear on the degree). Upon receiving a second F, the student is excluded from the programme (unless the student has repeated the course to replace the first F).