Even considering the peculiarities of each course, the consortium has made an effort to establish an as uniform a procedure as possible for examination and assessment of student’s achievements. In particular:
At the end of the two years, a marks sheet will be drawn up for each student. It will include the official seal of all the partner establishments, thus guaranteeing recognition of the credits obtained.
Once 120 ECTS credits have been obtained, students will receive the two national master's diplomas from the universities in which they have studied, and a supplement to the diploma. All the establishments in the consortium will recognize the results.
Obtaining these Master's degrees will allow students to enroll in doctoral studies in the establishment of their choice.
The Pedagogical Council defines a unique equivalence chart for the different evaluation systems used in each country, and a marking system in ECTS: A, B, C, D, E, FX and F, which correspond to:
A distinction is made between the marks FX and F, used for students who fail. FX means "fail – some more work required to succeed" and F means "fail – considerable further work is required". Indication of the degree of failure on the marks sheet will not appear, and is only used internally for the sake of student orientation.