Courses completed at another university must be approved by the Board of Examiners. The Board of Examiners will determine whether these courses are at a sufficient academic level, and that there is no replication of content with courses already completed by the student. In the event that courses are replicated in terms of their content, either wholly or in part, the Board of Examiners may diminish the number of credits in proportion to the overlap.
For approved courses, credits are awarded according to the number of EC obtained, or according to the conversion in the accompanying table. The Board of Examiners can deviate from this if it is established that the credits awarded abroad do not correspond to the study hours or if there are grounds to do so in exceptional circumstances.
See the Education and Examination Regulations of your study programme for more information.
Download the table for the conversion of credits obtained at partner institutions abroad: