03010 LAW (TURKISH) -
LEVEL: Bachelor's Degree, TYYÇ: Level 6, EQF-LLL: Level 6, QF-EHEA: First Cycle


  • Mid-Term Exam
  • Computer Based Presentation
  • Final Exam
  • Short Exam
  • Presentation of Report
  • Homework Assessment
  • Oral Exam
  • Presentation of Thesis
  • Presentation of Document
  • Expert Assessment
  • Board Exam
  • Practice Exam
  • Year-End Final Exam
  • Internship Exam


  • Mid-Term Exam
  • Final Exam
  • Short Exam
  • Year-End Final Exam
  • Homework Assessment

The evaluation of the students’ performance varies according to the methods followed in each course offered in Cyprus Science University. In addition to a final exam, which is requisite according to the regulations of Cyprus Science University, the results of minimum one mid-term exam along with other evaluation criteria are usually taken into consideration in order to determine the final grade of the student. These supplementary performance evaluation criteria might be quiz grades, home works, term projects and presentations depending on each individual course. Weights of all abovementioned partial grades within the overall grade gained by the student at the end of the semester are defined by the lecturer delivering the course.

The content of the exams as well as the method of assessing students’ knowledge are determined by the course lecturer. The exams are normally designed according to the intended learning objectives. The results of the mid terms are announced via KIUS Student Portal so that the objections can be considered if any corrections are needed for re-evaluation. The exams are graded over 100 points. The means and variances are also computed for the exams in order to see the distribution of percentages of the students which are under in classes.  The exams may be completely closed (for the texts part) or/and may be open book depending on the course subject and the lecturer decisions.

Exams can be classic either in the text (multiple choice, fiil in the blank) or in the “essay writing” style for assessing conceptual knowledge. Graduation Project courses may have “oral” examinations; either in “interview” or in a “presentation” style. The lecturer of the course is in charge of setting the criteria for grading the written or oral examinations given for that course.


Students failing to attend to any mid-term with a valid excuse and documentation (medical report etc) are allowed to take a “Make-up Exam”.  If the student fails the course at the end of the semester, he/she is given the chance to take a “Re-sit” exam; the grade of the re-sit exam replaces the grade of the final exam gained by the student while his/her average grade is re-calculated. No make-up exam is given in case of missing the re-sit exam.


The timetables of mid-term, final and re-sit examinations are announced by the Aviation Management Department, following the dates defined in academic calendar that is set by the Rectorate of Cyprus Science University. Other critical dates for possible additional midterm examinations, quizzes as well as any term project submission deadline are defined by the lecturer of each course.


Lecturers submit the student grades to the KIUS portal until “The last day for the submission of letter grades” that is specified in the academic calendar. All grades become official when reported to the Registrar’s Office by each Department.


Grades are entered into the KIUS information system for each student. The students are ranked according to their success. The high honor and the honor students are publicly announced and during the graduation ceremony, they are complemented and documented by the certificates.






4.00                    (Excellent)



3.50                    (Excellent)



3.0                      (Very Good)



2.50                    (Very Good)



2.00                    (Good)



1.50                    (Average)



1.00                 (Conditional)



0.00                    (Failed)

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