The European Bachelor’s degree is a European diploma issued by the European Federation of Schools. (FEDE)
It certifies that its holders have acquired a professional qualification, and that they are capable of holding managerial and middle management positions in industrial and commercial professions, in service activities or in the applied arts, capable of modifying their knowledge and skills to improve and adapt throughout their working life, and of valuing and validating their acquired knowledge.
The specialties of the European Bachelor’s degree are created by the European Federation of Schools. (FEDE)
For each speciality, the decision establishes the specific regulations which include the training referential as well as the particular examination referential, which set the specific conditions for the award of this diploma.
The bachelor’s degree is prepared :
In full-time or part-time initial training in schools that are members of the European Federation of Schools or have observer status.
By means of continuing vocational training in FEDE member schools or schools with observer status..
Registration for the bachelor’s degree exams in initial training and through continuing professional development is automatically open to candidates who : – are holders of the European diploma in the specialty;
Are holders of a diploma, BTS-DEUG-DUT-Bacharel-Bachelor-Staatsprüfung- Diploma Universitario-Licenciado-Doctorandus,
Are holders of a diploma or certificate issued by a school or university located on the territory of the European Union, A.E.L.E. or P.E.C.O., validating the achievement of at least 120 credits according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS),
The bachelor’s degree is awarded on the basis of the results obtained in an examination certifying the candidate’s acquisition of the capacities, skills, knowledge and know-how that make up the capitalizable units provided for in the training frame of reference of each speciality of the diploma.
Any candidate may present all or part of the capitalizable units chosen among those proposed by the examination framework.
The examination leading to the issuance of the diploma can take two forms: :
A global form in which the candidate presents all the capitalizable units constituting the diploma during the same session.
A progressive form in which the candidate takes the examination by capitalizable units. In this case, he chooses to present only certain capitalizable units that make up the diploma during the same session. The specific examination reference system of the diploma may provide for an order of presentation or awarding of the capitalizable units.
The examination consists of compulsory oral and/or written tests organized at the end of each semester.
Each capitalizable unit is assigned a certain number of credits.
Credits represent the amount of work the student is assumed to have completed in order to write the exam.
Credits express the amount of work that each capitalizable unit requires in relation to the overall volume of work required to successfully complete a full year of study at the institution, i.e.: lectures, practical work, seminars, internships, research, field investigations, personal work, and examinations.
There are three examination sessions per year :
• One in January ;
– One in June;
– One in October.
You can attend each session for all the subjects in the program for the title in question or you can make up your own course by choosing to validate part of the program at each session.