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ECTS

ECTS

The system facilitates and encourages inter-university cooperation as a means towards improving quality in higher education.
The system opens to students a variety of options for specialized training
The ratio of compulsory to elective modules must be no less than 60% - 40%.
The system creates opportunity for student and academic mobility.
Student mobility within Bulgarian and international institutions of higher education.
Elective modules for students of all programmes within the university
International students training at the Faculty of Philology
The system employs European standards in determining credit allocation and awarding credits for learning outcome and performance.

ECTS Structure:

Credit allocation
Credits are the value determining the learning activities and the learning workload for each module: 1 credit = 15 hours
1 semester = 30 credit points
1 academic year = 60 credit points
4 academic years = 240 credit points

Ratio of contact work (teacher-guided studies) to self-study
Bachelor’s Degree Programmes: contact work (2/3) – self-study (1/3)
Master’s Degree Programmes: contact work (1/2) – self-study (1/2)

Types of workload
Contact work: lectures, seminars, consultations, etc. (equivalent to 1 lecture hours)
Self-study: independent student activities aimed at acquiring the knowledge and skills required by the module. It can include the writing of reviews, summaries, presentations, essays, projects, computer programmes, doing field work, conference participation, etc.; exams (equal ½ lecture hour) for which the lecturer should prepare programmes, tests, guidelines, reviews, etc.

Credit allocation per module:
(depends on the type of module)
-    Knowledge acquisition (predominance of contact work forms)
-    Development of skill (predominance of self-study work forms)
-    Compulsory (aimed at teaching fundamental knowledge and skills)
-    Optional (offering further specialization of knowledge and skills)

Maximum number of credits for lectures: 4 = 60 classes
Maximum number of credits for seminars and practice classes:  3 = 45 classes
Maximum number of credit points for self-study: 3 = 90 classes
Maximum number of credit points for foreign language learning: 10 = 150 classes
Maximum number of credits per module: 6 = 90 classes
Students can make their choices from a variety of introductory elective modules in theoretical linguistics, literary theory, etc.
Students in their third and four year of study are mainly offered modules that aim at further specialization of already acquired knowledge and skills.
Third year students select a stream and join the modules within it (choice is limited within the boundaries of the stream).

 

ECTS Grading Scale:

The ECTS guarantees the recognition of the learning outcomes achieved and assessed at another university by the application of a standardized method for student academic achievement assessment.
The European Grading Scale

A – Excellent    -      outstanding performance with only minor errors
B – Very Good  -     above the average standard but with some errors
C – Good           -     generally sound work with a number of notable errors
D – Satisactory  -    fair but with significant shortcomings
E – Sufficient    -     passable performance, meeting the minimum criteria
F -  Fail             –     further work is required before the credit can be awarded

The ECTS guarantees the recognition of the learning outcomes achieved and assessed at another university by the application of a standardized method for student academic achievement assessment.

The European Grading Scale

 

A – Excellent    -      outstanding performance with only minor errors

B – Very Good  -     above the average standard but with some errors

C – Good           -     generally sound work with a number of notable errors

D – Satisactory  -    fair but with significant shortcomings

E – Sufficient    -     passable performance, meeting the minimum criteria

F -  Fail                  further work is required before the credit can be awarded

 

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Contacts

+359 73 588 523
+359 73 588 523
filologia@swu.bg

Address

Faculty of Philology
66, “Ivan Mikhailov” St.
2700 Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

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