Coronavirus in Norway
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You will get your grade three weeks after the examination date in Studentweb. If the deadline falls on a public holiday, it will be extended until the next working day.
The announcement of grades for Master’s Theses is six weeks after the submission date.
The academic year normally runs from mid-August to mid-June and last for 10 months. Courses are measured in study points ("studiepoeng"), considered equivalent to the European Credit Transfer System standard (ECTS credits). The full-time workload for one academic year is 1500-1800 hours of study (60 "studiepoeng").
The Norwegian grading system consists of two grading scales: one scale with the grades pass or fail and one graded scale from A to E for pass and F for fail. The graded scale has the following qualitative descriptions:
The distribution of grades is shown by the percentage for courses using the graded scale A - F. Fail (F) is not included in the distribution. All results from the last five years are included in the calculation. The distribution is also shown for courses that have been active for less than five years. There has to be at least 10 approved results during the period.