Each subject in the syllabus of the courses in the Erasmus programme has certain ECTS credits that the incoming students can check in the COURSE CATALOGUE.


Exchange Students will enrol in a standard full-time study load and are required to complete all relevant assessment in order to obtain ECTS credits. A full course load is comprised of 60 ECTS for a full academic year, or 30 ECTS for one semester.


Class attendance is mandatory at EASD.


After international students have been selected by their home institutions and have obtained their institution’s documentation, they must be approved for participation and apply for admission in our institution within the Erasmus programme. In the Learning Agreement attached to the application we will revise the courses and ECTS credits that students must take, in case of mistakes, the student and International Relations Coordinator in the sending institution will be contacted.


After both institutions have approved the Learning Agreement, students must formalise their enrolment in the courses that they are going to take during their stay in our institution and that are listed in their Learning Agreement.


The International Relations Coordinator can approve changes in the chosen courses within the first month after arrival following consultation with the Head or Heads of related Departments, teachers involved and the person responsible at the sending institution.


Exchange students should take their courses in the subject area of the Inter-Institutional agreement. Students may not take courses outside this subject area.


EASD Zamora awards ECTS credits when students complete and pass successfully the courses they are enrrolled in. Grades and ECTS credits obtained will be stated in the Transcript of Records.


Bachelor’s thesis and Internship NOT AVAILABLE for exchange students.

Description of the institutional Grading System

Credit system ECTS European Credit Transfer System

1 ECTS at Escuela de Arte y Superior de Diseño de Zamora equals 30 hours.

Subject passed, it’s ≥ 5,00 points.
Spanish grade Local Grade Definition
Matrícula de honor



Excellent - outstanding performance without errors

Sobresaliente 9,0 - 10

Excellent - outstanding performance with only minor errors

Very good - above the average standard but with some errors

Notable 7,0 - 8,9 Good - generally sound work with a number of notable errors
Aprobado 5,0 - 6,9

Satisfactory - fair but with significant shortcomings

Sufficient - performance meets the minimum criteria

Suspenso 0 - 4,9

Fail - some more work required before the credit can be awarded

Fail - considerable further work is required

No presentado NP The student neither did the final exam nor presented the required homework

[*] The mention of "Distinction" (Matrícula de Honor - Excellent) will be awarded to students who have achieved a score equal to or greater than 9.0. Its number will not exceed 5% of the students enrolled in a subject in the relevant academic year, unless the enrollment is less than 20 students, in which case only one student may be granted with this "Distinction".

Grading table

Since December 2013 EASD in Zamora, following the recommendations of the European Union, is developing the ECTS Grading Table. From 2014-2015 academic year will be possible for international students to issue transcripts of records including the GRADING TABLE, which is a table presenting the distribution of the national/local grades.



[ ECTS User's Guide 2015, pages 39-41 and Annex 2 ]

It is the recommended system for grade conversion



DEGREE TITLE: Bachelor of Interior Design

ISCED: 0212

Academic years considered: 2015-2016 / 2016-2017 / 2017-2018