Assessment criteria

Here you will find information about

  • assessment criteria of the dissertation
  • assessment criteria of the oral examination
  • the meaning of the grades

 

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Assessment of the dissertation

The dissertation will receive one of the following grades:

  • summa cum laude (excellent, 0)
  • magna cum laude (very good, 1)
  • cum laude (good, 2)
  • rite (duly conferred, 3)
  • non sufficit (failed, 4)

     

Assessment of the oral examination

The oral examination will receive one of the following grades:

  • summa cum laude (excellent, 0)
  • magna cum laude (very good, 1)
  • cum laude (good, 2)
  • rite (duly conferred, 3)
  • non sufficit (failed, 4)

The meaning of the grades

  • summa cum laude (excellent, 0)
    Independently developed performance with high scientific research value and excellent in terms of applied methods and form. 
  • magna cum laude (very good, 1)
    Independently developed performance with considerable scientific research value and very good in terms of applied methods and form. 
  • cum laude (good, 2)
    Independently developed performance with scientific research value and good in terms of applied methods and form
  • rite (passed, 3)
    Independently developed performance with scientific research value and satisfactory in terms of applied methods and form. 
  • non sufficit (failed, 4)
    Performance that fails to meet the "rite" criteria.