ECTS - European Credit Transfer System

WHAT is ECTS?

The academic year of 2004-2005 is an experimental one for Ukraine, as some Institutions of Higher Education, besides the Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University, have introduced credit-module system into its educational process organization (CMSEPO+). The aim of CMSEPO introduction is to improve the quality of specialists’ training and to provide competitive qualification and prestigious higher education in the global educational space.

The main tasks of CMSEPO are:

  • to adapt the European Credit Transfer System ideas to the system of higher education in Ukraine,
  • to provide a student with an opportunity to follow the individual alternative part of the educational-professional curriculum,
  • to stimulate the members of the educational process to achieve high-quality higher education,

CMSEPO is a model of educational process organization based on the integration of educational module technologies and credits.

A credit of CMSEPO is a measure unit of educational workload, necessary for the evolution of informative modules or their blocks.

A module is a completed part of educational-professional curriculum realized through corresponding forms of the educational process.

An informative module is a system of educational documents united by their conformity with the definite object of training.

A block of informative modules is a total sum of informative modules, joined by their conformity with the definite unit of the subject.

Educational plans of the speciality and training course are based on the higher education standards or on the requirements of the current educational-professional curriculum and characteristics, structural and logical chart of training specialists. Educational discipline is formed as a system of informative modules, joined into a block of informative units of the subject.

ECTS credit reflects the contents of educational learning each type; lectures, practical and laboratory classes, seminars, colloquial, consultations, practice training, preparation of independent study term papers and diploma presentation and their defense, interim and summary tests.

The training of students is realized through individual educational plans, which are made up each academic year in accordance with the educational process schedule and credit-module system.

The results of the first and the second module check-ups are assessed by grades from 1 to12. The term final check-up grade in exam or marked credit is an average grade of the first and the second module check-up grades, marked by 1 to 12, and by corresponding national and ECTS scales of assessment. This average mark is noted in the register list and in the students’ credit books. In the credit book only positive grades from 4 to 12 are noted.

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