Red diploma

The so-called red diploma, indicating that a graduate has passed with distinction, is presented in accordance with section 24, subsection 4 of the Study and Examination Regulations. In order to achieve this distinction, a student must pass all final state examination components with a grade of “excellent” or “outstanding” and an overall grade of “excellent”. Simultaneously, such a student's grade point average must not exceed a value of 1.5. In addition to never failing a course, no more than two instances of D or E grades are acceptable.

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