Diploma Supplement
The Diploma Supplement is a document attached to a higher education diploma providing a standardised description of the nature, level, context, content and status of the studies that were pursued and successfully completed by the gradue. The Diploma Supplement provides transparency and facilitates academic and professional recognition of qualifications (diplomas, degrees, certificates). The European Diploma Supplement is issued to the holders of the educational-and-qualification degree Bachelor free of charge.

The Diploma Supplement is being issued in a widely spoken European language, given automatically and free of charge to every student upon graduation, and including a filled-in example.


IMPORTANT. From the 26th of August 2009, based on the Law of Science and Study of the Lithuanian Republic Article 32 Part 1, Klaipeda College was reorganized and was united with Klaipeda Business and Technology College following the Resolution of the Government of the Lithuanian Republic. From this day the new name – Klaipeda State College – comes into force. (Resolution about the reorganization of Klaipėda College)


ECTS Grading System:

Pass / fail system Marking system Definition
PASS 10(excelent) Excelent perfomance, outstanding knowlege and skills
9(very good) Strong perfomance, good knowledge and skills
8(good) Above the average perfomance, knowledge and skills
7(highly satisfactory) Average perfomance, knowledge and skills with unessential shortcomings
6(satisfactory) Below average perfomance, knowledge and skills with substantial shortcomings
5(sufficient) Knowledge and skills meet minimum criteria





Knowledge and skills do not meet minimum criteria / below minimum criteria

ECTS grading scale:

The statistical distribution curve for each reference group is split into five segments (Top 10%, next 25%, next 30%, next 25%, lowest 10%) also called A, B, C, D, E, which could become a device for the direct translation of grades from a degree programme in a given country/institution into a similar one in another country/institution.

A distinction is made between the grades FX and F that are used for unsuccessful students. FX means: "fail - some more work required to pass" and F means: "fail - considerable further work reguired". In general, Transcript of Recods does not contain failute rates.

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