Graduation rate, which also describes the progress of studies, rose a little on the whole University level being 74 percent in 2015. The figure denotes how many of the graduates completed their degree within the target time, i.e. in 14 semesters.
The average number of credits completed by degree students rose a little from the previous year, being 48 credits per year in 2015. The figure is calculated by dividing the number of credits by the number of enrolled degree students. If the increase continues at the same rate, the University will reach the goal it has set for 2016.
Annual target: approximately 1,500 lower academic degrees, 1,600 higher academic degrees and 156 doctoral degrees.
Completed Degrees by Faculties
Development in Degree Numbers