The academic year is divided into two semesters.
Duration of study: doctoral studies take between three and
five years. Master’s degree programs are completed in three to four years. A
student may, in exceptional cases, obtain a delay of two additional semesters
to complete his thesis, on the recommendation of the supervisor (accompanied by
a comprehensive report on the development of the student's thesis) and approval
of the Departmental Council and the Faculty Council.
Students will only pass the doctoral and
master’s programs after studying the required elements with an average of at
least 3 out of 5.
The diploma program lasts one year and students will only
pass the course after obtaining a general average of at least 2 out of 5.