FAQ for students in the CS@GSSI PhD program
What is the grading system used in course evaluations by CS@GSSI?
Immigration and core courses are evaluated using the following grades: A (excellent), B (good), C (sufficient) and D (insufficient). The grades for the courses are only used as an internal reference.
Which exams and how many should I take?
Every student of the PhD program in Computer Science must attend all courses. Moreover, they must pass the exams
of the following courses:
- ALL three immigration courses (90 hours total);
- 1 core course for each pillar (42 hours total);
- 4 core courses of the student’s choice (56 hours total).
See page 4 of the PhD Rules available at PHD rules