Each course includes the following educational and study activities:
This category of educational and study activities focuses on the transmission and assimilation of
theoretical subject matter. Category A contains formal lectures or seminars, which are institutionally and collectively
organized in the form of contact teaching under the supervision of qualified academic teaching staff.
This category of educational and study activities aims at the practising and guided applying of theoretical
subject matter. Category B deals with institutionally organized seminars, practicals, exercises and individual tasks
under the supervision of qualified academic teaching staff.
This category consists of training periods and dissertations.
Per course the “Study burden” is expressed in “study time” and
“study volume” in the following ways:
This category represents in hours the necessary time needed by an average student to succeed in the
required educational and study activities.
This category refers to the study volume as expressed in credit units. One credit unit represents
25 to 30 hours of study time.