ECTS System

Common procedures guarantee academic recognition of studies abroad. They help to measure and compare the learning outcomes and to transfer the received credits from one institution to another. Bilateral agreements are based on the principle of mutual trust and confidence; higher education institutions use an effective quality assurance system and the rules of the European Credit Transfer System accordingly.

1 full academic year = 60 credit points
1 semester = 30 credit points

ECTS grading scale at  EAVA:
ECTS Grade
Description
A or 5
Excellent
B or 4
Very good
C or 3
Good
D or 2
Satisfactory
E or 1
Sufficient
F or 0
Insufficient                                                                        

Assessment and grading at EAVA

A positive result (passed) for student ATCs in speciality specific subjects (a special list) requires that 70% of the material referred to in subject syllabus shall be acquired as the knowledge minimum, for student pilots and maintenance specialists-to-be the respective requirement reaches 75%. Preliminary examinations are either graded or non-graded meaning that the achievement of the learning outcomes can be expressed either as a grade (from A-F) or as a pass/fail.

It does not concern the students of aviation management taking any courses from the curricula of air traffic services, aircraft piloting or aircraft maintenance.

Passing the subject with a sufficient result an international exchange student is guaranteed ECTS credit points as fixed in the learning agreement.