How is a Bachelor’s degree programme structured?
The Bachelor’s degree programme takes three years. Within these three years, the aim is that you earn 180 ECTS. That works out at 60 ECTS a year.
1 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System credit point) = 28 hours of study. This means that a 5 ECTS course unit has a student workload of 5 x 28 hours. The hours comprise lectures, seminars, independent study and the exam.
All Bachelor’s degree programme at the Faculty of Arts consist of a Major programme with a student workload of 120 ECTS. This is supplemented by a Minor and (in some cases) a subsidiary.
You can find more information about the structure of a specific degree programme in the Course Catalogue .
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