The evaluation methods comply with the regulations concerning studies and exams. More detailed explanation of the modalities specific to each learning unit are available on their description sheets under the heading “Learning outcomes evaluation method”.

The modes of evaluation are laid out in the syllabi for each activity. For the seminars, formative evaluation is foreseen.
Evaluation can be carried out in the form of a traditional oral or written exam or written work with formative evaluation.
In the second year of the Master, all research focus activities (including the activity included in the core courses of the specialisation chosen by the student) will be subject to a single evaluation to check, at the end of the second master, the student's skills in research via a “examen de maturité” (literal translation: maturity exam) in the theological discipline concerned. This evaluation will also assess written work drafted at the end of the research seminars in the second year. As with the dissertation, the marks for this evaluation will be weighted to reflect the effective importance as compared to other exams.