Local Grading Scale
University of Economics, Prague uses the following grading scale:
||59 and less
Transcript of Records states the grade achieved in each course.
Should the students skipped or apologized the course it is shown at the additional Transcript of Records.
ECTS Grading Scale
Besides the above mentioned grading scale, the ECTS grades may appear on the transcript.
The ECTS grading scale is a grading system defined in the ECTS framework by the European Commission. It has been developed to provide a common measure and facilitate the transfer of students and their grades between European higher education institutions. The ECTS grade is indicated together with the mark awarded by the host institution on the student’s transcript of records. The receiving institutions then convert the ECTS grade to their own system.
The ECTS grading scale is based on the class percentile, that is how he/she performed relative to other students in the same class. This system can be represented in a table, as follows:
||Outstanding performance with only minor errors
||Above the average standard but with some errors
||Generally sound work with a number of notable errors
||Fair but with significant shortcomings
||Performance meets the minimum criteria
||Fail – some more work required before the credit can be awarded
||Fail – considerable further work is required
More information about the ECTS grading system can be found here.