The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) scale is a grading system designed to facilitate the transfer of academic results (Examination and assessment results are usually expressed in grades.) between different country assessment systems. It is adopted by many universities in the countries belonging to the European Higher Education Area, allowing the conversion of the grades from one country to another country.
Your equivalent ECTS in the subject :
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is ECTS?
The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a tool of the European Higher Education Area for making studies and courses more transparent.
2. How to calculate ECTS?
To calculate your ECTS in a particular subject, Add up your credit hours for the subject in 1 week, then multiply it by will total weeks for the subject. Finally, Divide it by 30 (1 ECTS = 30hrs).
3. How many credits are required for my Master's program?
Some programs require a minimum of 180 credits which is equivalent to three-year bachelor's degree, Some programs may require more which is equivalent to four-year bachelor's degree.