elec2m  2017-2018  Louvain-la-Neuve

Teaching activities are evaluated according to University rules (see the rules for evaluating coursework and exams) namely written and oral exams, laboratory exams, individual or group work, public presentations of projects and theses defences.

In most Master’s degree classes, students are primarily evaluated on the basis of their written work, which assesses their mastery of theoretical concepts as well as their ability to solve exercises (of the same level of difficulty as in class).

Group projects are primarily used to evaluate students’ ability to solve complex equations and master software. These projects generally result in a report (in the form of a scientific article or a conference paper) or an oral presentation before a jury or lecture hall about the project’s results and/or progress. In either case, particular attention is paid to the project’s technical qualities as well as the quality of the report’s structure, the use of supporting materials, and the students’ presentation skills.

For more information on evaluation methods, students may consult the relevant evaluation descriptions.

To obtain a passing grade, the marks received for the teaching units are offset by their respective credits.