For each course taken at NEU, the student is given one of the letter grades below by the instructor as the semester course grade. Each grade has also its ECTS grade equivalent
The table below provides detailed information about the local letter grades, coefficients, and ECTS grade equivalents.
* For these ones, the higher grade is applied
In order to be successful in a course, short cycle (associate degree) and first cycle (bachelor’s degree) students have to get a grade of at least DD, second cycle (master’s degree) students have to get a grade of at least CC, and third cycle (Ph.D.) students have to get a grade of at least CB to pass a course. For courses that are not included in the cumulative GPA, students need to get a grade of S.
Apart from that, each local grade has its equivalent ECTS grade which makes it easier to transfer the grades of mobility periods of students. The chart above shows the ECTS grading system at NEU.
Also, among the Letter Grades;
A grade of S (Satisfactory) is given to students who are successful in non-credited courses.
A grade of U (Unsatisfactory) is given to students who are unsuccessful in non-credited courses.
A grade of P (Successful Progress) is given to students, who continue to the courses that are not included in the GPA that has a period exceeding one semester, and regularly perform their academic studies for the respective semester.
A grade of NP (Not Successful Progress) is given to students, who do not regularly perform their academic studies for the respective semester for courses that are not included in the GPA and have a period exceeding one semester.
A grade of EX (Exempt), is given to students who are exempt from some of the courses in the curriculum.
A grade of NI (Not included) is issued to identify the courses taken by the student in the program or programs which are not included in the GPA of the student. This grade is reported in the students’ transcripts with the respective letter grade. Such courses are not counted as the courses in the program that the student is registered to.
Grade of W (Withdrawal) is used for the courses that the student withdraws from in the first ten weeks of the semester following the add/drop period, upon the recommendation of his/ her advisor and the permission of the instructor that teaches the course. A student is not allowed to withdraw from courses during the first two semesters of his/ her associate/undergraduate degree program and from those courses, he/she has to repeat and received a grade “W” before, which is not included in the grade average. A student is allowed to withdraw from two courses at the most during his/ her associate degree study, and four courses during his/her undergraduate study upon the recommendation of the advisor and the permission of the instructor that teaches the course. A student has to take the course that he/she withdrew from the first semester in which it is offered.
Grade “NA” (Never Attended) is issued by the instructor for students who fail to fulfill the attendance and/or requirements of the course and/or who lose their right to take the end of semester exam because they failed to take any of the exams administered throughout the semester. Grade “NA” is not considered in the average calculations.
Both the ECTS grades and the local grades of the students are displayed on the official transcript of the students.