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Evaluating International Qualification

Where credits have been gained at another university they will be recognised, provided there are no substantial differences in content and scope. Comparable attainments and qualifications that have been gained outside the sphere of higher education will be recognized, equivalent to one quarter of the value of a degree course. An individual case review will decide in both cases on whether recognition be granted.

In particular, both of the compulsory elective modules in the main part of the course may be replaced by credits attained elsewhere, and this phase of studies will be further relieved – above and beyond the already reduced presence – by proven attendance of the classes.