A student fulfils requirements of a study programme by passing the examinations acquiring thus a certain number of ECTS credits. Each individual course within a curriculum has been awarded a certain number of ECTS credits which are credited to the student when he/she has successfully passed an exam. The number of ECTS credits is determined based on learning work load of the student required by a course and using a unique methodology.

The success of the students in completing a course is continuously monitored during the classes and is expressed in points. The maximum number of points the student can get at a course is 100. The student gets points through active work during the classes and by fulfilling pre-examination obligations and by taking the final exam. The minimum number of points the student can get by fuliflling the pre-examination obligations during the classes is 30 and the maximum is 70 points. Each course of a curriculum includes a clear and publicly available manner of how the students can get the points. This includes the number of points the students get based on various individual activities during the classes or by fulfilling the pre-examination obligations and the final exam.

The final student's succes at a course is expressed by grades, starting from 5 (not passed, when the student gets less than or 50 points), 6 (when the number of points acquired ranges from 51 to 60), 7 (for the points ranging from 61 to 70), 8 (for the points ranging from 71 to 80), 9 (for the points ranging from 81 to 90) and 10 (from the points ranging from 91 to 100). The grade is based on the total number of points the student acquired by both fulfilling the pre-examination obligations and by the final exam according to the quality of knowledge and skills acquired.