null What is a credit?
A credit is the unit that expresses the time spent by the student, within a study programme, on a learning activity.
This time also includes the time dedicated to the various activities to prepare and assimilate the discipline (attendance at courses, study time, completion of work, etc.).
A credit corresponds to a standard of 30 hours of learning activities and is expressed in whole numbers.
The jury awards the credits to the student after the successful evaluation of the learning outcomes of a teaching unit.
For example, a 5 credit course represents 150 hours of work (classes, personal work, etc.)