Grades

The following grading tables are used at the schools:

School of Education and Communication


Grading system

Definition

A

Excellent

B

Very Good

C

Good

D

Satisfactory

E

Sufficient

Fx

Fail

Some work required before the credit can be awarded

F

Fail

Considerable further work is required

School of Engineering

GRADING TABLE (EGT)
School of Engineering uses a National Grading Table which applies to all

students. In order to pursue the objective of making European grades more transparent, the ECTS grading scale based on a predetermined percentage structure with grades A-F has been replaced by a grading Table (EGT). EGT will provide, in a standard table form, the statistical distribution of grades. In other words, instead of trying to fit existing grading practices in a standard distribution scale, universities need only to determine the actual percentage of students who receive each ‘local’ grade. School of Engineering replaced the ECTS grading scale with EGT from the autumn semester 2014. The EGT table for each course will be included in the transcript of records for international students.

NATIONAL GRADING TABLE

• Fail or pass

• Fail or 3 (pass), 4 (good), 5 (very good)

School of Health Sciences


Grading system

Definition

A

Excellent

B

Very Good

C

Good

D

Satisfactory

E

Sufficient

Fx

Fail

Some work required before the credit can be awarded

F

Fail

Considerable further work is required

Jönköping International Business School


Grade  

References to grade

Provided that the student has met all intended learning outcomes; as GENERAL rule...*

A

Excellent performance

90 % of the maximum course point warrants the students an A.

B

Very Good performance

80 % of the maximum course point warrants the students an B.

C

Good performance

70 % of the maximum course point warrants the students an C.

D

Satisfactory performance

65 % of the maximum course point warrants the students an D.

E

Sufficient performance

60 % of the maximum course point warrants the students an E.

Fx or F

Fail - with work required before the credit(s) can

be awarded

Students that perform below 60 % will not pass the course.

*Please note that deviations from the % can occour.

Content updated 2020-08-27