Obtaining credit for e-language course (English)

I. A course grade in e-courses is composed of these components:

  • E-course (General English: level B1 lower/upper. B2 lower/upper)
    • 50% – obligatory tasks on the internet language platform
    • 20% – progress tests
    • 20% – final (term) test
    • 10% – class attendance and participation

Warning! The student needs a score of at least 60% on each component!

II. E-course – level B2 upper

In the B2 upper e-course points are awarded for:

  • systematic performace of all tasks included in the content modules of the educational platform run by the Digital Competence Centre (i.e. forum, books, written assignments, revisions and tests);
  • presence at class sessions,

At the end of the semester, the student needs to obtain at least 60% of the total points available for attendance in order to be allowed to take the final test covering the whole semester, which is taken in class.

Scoring 59% or less for platform work and less than 60% for attendance means that the student cannot take the final test, which indicates a failing grade (lack of course credit).

The final test on the whole course material is written in the classroom and not on the Kampus platform.

The student has to score at least 60% on the final test.

Students who score 59% or less have a right to take the test again on the re-sit test date.

Thus, the final grade in the course is composed of these elements: the platform score (60%), the attendance score (10%), and the final test score (30%).

III. E-course, level C1 lower

In C1-lower e-course, students are awarded points for:

  • systematic performance of all tasks included in the content modules of the educational plaform run by the Digital Competence Centre (i.e. forums, books, written assignments, revisions and tests),
  • presence at class sessions,
  • presentations (additional points which are shown in the platform score but do not improve the final result)

At the end of the semester, the student needs to obtain at least 60% of the total points available for the work done on the platform and 60% of the points available for the attendance in order to be allowed to take the final test covering the whole semester, which is taken in class.

Scoring 59% or less for platform work and less than 60% for attendance means that the student cannot take the final test, which indicates a failing grade (lack of course credit)

The final test on the whole material is written in the classroom and not on the Kampus platform.

The student has to score at least 60% on the final test.

Thus, the final grade in the course is composed of these elements: the platform score (60%), the attendance score (10%), and the final test score (30%)

IV. Internet courses

  • Language of meetings and conferences,
  • Summary writing in English,
  • Effective communication in business

In Internet courses points are awarded for systematic performance of all tasks included in the all modules given on the platform run by the Digital Competence Centre

At the end of the semester, the student needs to obtain at least 60% of the total  points available for the work done on the platform and 60% of the points available for attendance in order to be allowed to take the final test covering the whole semester, which is taken in class.

Scoring 59% or less for platform work and less than 60% for attendance means that the student cannot take the final test, which indicates a failing grade (lack of course credit).

The final test on the whole course material is written in the classroom and not on the Kampus platform. The student has to score at least 60% on the final test.

Students who score 59% or less have a right to take the test again on the re-sit date.

Thus, the final grade in the course is composed of these elements: the plaform score (70%) and the final test score (30%)

Grading scale

99 – 100% 5! (excellent)
93 – 98% 5 (very good)
87 – 92% 4+ (more than good)
77 – 86% 4 (good)
71 – 76% 3+ (more than satisfactory)
60 – 70% 3 (satisfactory)

 

For completing a 60-hour language e-course (where class session take up 15hrs) and work on the platform (45hrs)i.e. achieving the set learning outcomes, the student is awarded 2 ECTS points.

V. The detailed requirements and completion criteria are set by the e-teacher and communicated to students during the first e-class in a given academic year.

VI. In compliance with general rules for obtaining course credit, the e-student is allowed two absences at the class sessions without an excuse.

VII. The final grade (together with ECTS points) is enetered into the USOS system.

VIII. The unsatisfactory grade can be awarded only for lack of sufficient academic progress, confirmed by the final test grade, partial test grades and assignment grades.

IX. Students register for classes and un-register from classes by themselves through the token registration webpage, exclusively during registration rounds.