ECTS Guide

By completing a course, seminar, module etc. you get awarded with ECTS-credit points. Every ECTS credit point stands hereby for a certain amount of work load. Typically, one year corresponds to 60 ECTS-credits. A 3-year Bachelors programme has therefore usually 180 ECTS-credits; a 2-year Masters programme usually 120 ECTS-credits.

Thanks to ECTS it became considerably easier, to get courses from different universities or summer schools acknowledged so it is not necessary to do courses already completed all-over again. We have a guide how to get ECTS during summer*!

Step by step

  • Register yourselfSelect a course and sign up for our ESS
  • Send us an email Send us an email stating you are interested in receiving ECTS credits on
  • We will send you the syllabus We will send you the syllabus of the course of your choice
  • Get in touch with tutor Get in touch with your tutor and have the syllabus approved
  • Fill out app form Once the syllabus is approved, fill out an application form
  • make a payment Make the payment
  • Enjoy summer school Enjoy a great summer attending a summer school course

*: Our students were able to get credits accepted in most cases last year. It always depends on your university or on the student’s tutor.

Rachel Janwarin

Rachel Janwarin

Thank you for your email! I did receive the credit points! Thank you for asking!!I’ve received 5ECTS.

Course: Personal and Professional Development
University: Radboud University

Ines, Austria

Ines, Austria

Okay to the credits – I had luck because my home university gave me 2 ECTS points for the course.

Course: English For Work/Business English
University: Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt