CODE OF STUDIES BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS
STRUCTURE OF STUDIES
Title 6, Section 11 [Types of evaluation]
(1)The quality of fulfilling study requirements assigned to a given subject at the University – other than the criteria specified in the curriculum – is evaluated with a grade based on a scale of five in compliance with point a) of subsection (7) of Section 56 of Government Decree 87/2015.
(2)A grade can be:
- a) a mid-term grade (abbreviated as ‘m’) or
- b) an exam grade (abbreviated as ‘e’).
(3)The mark as in section (2) can only be used to evaluate learning outcomes for a subject with credits.
(4)Evaluation of learning outcomes for a criterion requirement without credits can be completed
- a) with a signature (abbreviated as ‘s’) or
- b) with a grade on a scale of five (abbreviated as ‘c’).
(5) The value of a signature can be either ‘Signed’ or ‘Denied’.
(6) In cases specified hereunder, besides the grade given on a scale of one to five, the value of a mid-term grade can also be ‘Not completed’.
(7) In cases specified hereunder, besides the grade given on a scale of one to five, the value of an exam (comprehensive exam) grade can also be the lack of any entry.
ORGANISATION OF ACADEMIC WORK, EVALUATION OF LEARNING OUTCOMES
Title 30 Subject equivalency and credit recognition
Section 86 [General rules regarding credit recognition]
In case of a subject completed in an EEA (European Economic Area) member state, grades based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) will correspond to grades used in the University as follows:
A (excellent) equals grade 5 (excellent),
B (very good) equals grade 5 (excellent),
C (good) equals grade 4 (good),
D (satisfactory) grade 3 (satisfactory),
E (pass) equals grade 2 (pass),
F (fail) equals grade 1 (fail).
(6) When a subject having a credit value without grades is recognised, a grade 5 (excellent) will be awarded.