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European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)

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Poland has joined the process of shaping the European Area of Higher Education. Poland is a member of: Poland is a member of: –Bologna Declaration, –Bologna Declaration, aimed at gaining higher compatibility and comparability of the higher education systems – –European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE), – –European University Association (EUA) and – –the National Unions of Students in Europe (ESIB). International inter-college or inter-university partnership initiatives are extremely popular. 

The Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow participates in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). This system provides a way of measuring and comparing academic achievements throughout the EU so that you may be transferred from one institution to another. More information you can find: http://www.nauka.gov.pl/en/higher-education-system/ and http://go-poland.pl/structure-studies-poland.

In addition to the grading scale, there are HEIs in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) under which a certain number of credits are allocated to a given subject, independently of the grade awarded. To complete a year successfully, a student has to collect 60 credits (30 per semester).
 
The ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) is the standard adopted by all universities in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) in the process of convergence between Europe’s higher education systems. Since 2007, all Polish higher education institutions have been required to use ECTS for both credit transfer and accumulation within their degree programmes. The ECTS credits allow foreign students’ periods of study at HEIs in Poland to be recognised.
 
ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) Student can take transfer to study in any EU country.
Example: Study 1st year in Poland/ 2nd year in any University in the EU (European Union) country.

Polish Higher Education System Examinations (cont.) Polish higher education institutions, apart from the above mentioned marking system, have successively been introducing the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Polish higher education institutions, apart from the above mentioned marking system, have successively been introducing the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). It assumes that a certain amount of ECTS points are awarded for a subject regardless of the mark given. It assumes that a certain amount of ECTS points are awarded for a subject regardless of the mark given. Depending on the subject, a student receives between 2 to 12–14 ECTS for a pass-level mark. Depending on the subject, a student receives between 2 to 12–14 ECTS for a pass-level mark. After successfully passing an exam, a student should request confirmation and information as to how many points have been awarded. After successfully passing an exam, a student should request confirmation and information as to how many points have been awarded. To pass a term or year successfully, a student requires 30 or 60 points respectively. To pass a term or year successfully, a student requires 30 or 60 points respectively. Increasingly Polish students are carrying out part of their studies at universities abroad, which is possible in part due to the ECTS system. Increasingly Polish students are carrying out part of their studies at universities abroad, which is possible in part due to the ECTS system. It is also thanks to the ECTS points system that foreign students can claim the period of studies carried out at a Polish higher education institutions. It is also thanks to the ECTS points system that foreign students can claim the period of studies carried out at a Polish higher education institutions.

PL KRAKOW08: 

The Polish grading system: Grades are given from 5 to 2.
5.0 = Very good = "5" or "bdb"
4.5 = Good Plus = "+4" or "db+"
4.0 = Good = "4" or "db"
3.5 = Satisfactory Plus = "+3" or "dst+"
3.0 = Satisfactory = "3" or "dst"
2.0 = Unsatisfactory (fail) = "2" or "ndst"

ECTS credits: 1 full academic year = 60 credits; 1 semester = 30 credits. 

180 points is the minimal number of points that a PSE student should obtain over three years of studies.

For more information: http://www.studyineurope.eu/ects-system