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Working and studying abroad: How to find out your clef

Clefs worldwide: apply abroad

If you are interested in a job abroad or want to give your CV a little more glamor with a semester abroad, then there are many things that you need to do your research on, including the clef. If you are applying for a job abroad, it is unlikely that the HR manager will be familiar with the clef of a university in Germany. For this reason, it is advantageous to transfer your grades to the respective grading system in advance. And even as a student, it makes sense to find out in advance how achievements at a school abroad will be recognized. We give you an overview of the clefs worldwide!

Attention: Our tables serve only as orientation values, as there are no generally valid conversion tables, i.e. every (university) school has its own conversion table, so that the grades awarded by individual schools can differ.

 

An overview of the clefs at the university

 

 

clef in Great Britain

 

The Queen, rain, tea, fish and chips? If you're interested in a job or studying in the UK, you probably know that this country has even more to offer. So that you know with which grades you convince on the island, here is the overview:

Percentage

British grade (college)

British note

(A-Levels compare with Abitur)

German note

70-100

First class honors

A *, A

Very good

60-69

Second Class Honors - Upper Division

B.

Well

50-59

Second Class Honors

lower division

C.

Satisfying

40-49

Third class honors

D.

Sufficient

Under 39

Fail

U

Insufficient

 

 

clef in the USA

 

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Different countries, different customs and different clefs at the university. In the USA, the GPA (Grade Average Point) plays an important role, which is used for applications at college, high schools or for internships and jobs.

 

US note

GPA

German note

A.

4,0

Very good

B.

3,0

Well

C.

2,0

Satisfying

D.

1,0

Sufficient

F.

0,0

Insufficient

 

 

clef in Switzerland

 

In Switzerland, not only do the clocks tick differently, the notes are upside down too. A grading system from 1 to 6 is used. So don't be alarmed, 6 is the top grade!

 

Swiss note

Swiss designation

German note

6

Very good

 

Very good

5,5

Good to very good

5

Well

 

Well

4,5

Sufficient to good

4

Enough

 

Satisfying

3,5

Insufficient

3

weak

 

sufficient

2,5

Very weak to weak

2

Very weak

 

inadequate

1,5

Useless to very weak

1

unusable

insufficient

 

 

clef in Scandinavia

 

Scandinavian countries are very similar in landscape and culture - but not in terms of grades! Would you have thought that in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland the clefs at the university are so different?

 

clef in Sweden

 

In Sweden, students only get correct grades from the 6th grade onwards and the grades are awarded similar to that in the USA or Great Britain.

 

Swedish note

importance

German note

A.

Utmärkt

Very good

B.

Mycket bra

Well

C.

Bra

Satisfying

D.

Tillfredsställande

Sufficient

E.

Tillräckligt

Sufficient

 

 

clef in Denmark

 

In Denmark it looks quite different with the grades. The 12 is the top grade and a 0 or –3 means: Failed!

 

Danish note

German note

12

Very good

10

Well

7

Well

4

Satisfying

2

Sufficient

0

Inadequate

-3

Insufficient

 

 

clef in Norway

 

Grades from A to F are given at Norwegian universities. At school it looks different: Norwegian grades range from 1 to 6 - just the other way around than you are used to in Germany!

 

Norwegian note

German note

6

1

5

2

4

3

3

4

2

5

1

6

 

 

clef in Finnland

 

In Finland, too, the grades at school and university differ. At the university, assessments are made either on a 3 or 5-point scale. A 3-point scale gives grades from 0 to 3, with 3 being the top grade. If a 5-point scale is used, then grades from 0 to 5 are given. Whoever receives a 5 has achieved the highest number of points. The school has grades from 10 to 4, with 4 standing for "failed".

clef University / College:

 

Finnish note

5-point scale

Finnish note

3-point scale

German note

5

3

1,0

5

3-

1,3

4

2,5

1,7

4

2+

2,0

3

2

2,3

3

2-

2,7

2

1,5

3,0

2

1+

3,3

2

1

3,7

1

1-

4,0

0

0

5,0

 

clef School:

 

Norwegian note

German note

10

1

8-9

2

6-7

3

5

4

4

Failed

 

clef in Iceland

 

In Iceland, grades from 0 to 10 are given. With the grade 5 you have just passed.

 

Icelandic note

German note

10

1,0

9,5

1,3

9

1,7

8,5

2,0

8-7,5

2,3

7

2,7

6,5

3,0

6

3,3

5,5

3,7

5

4,0

<5

5,0

 

 

clef in Greece

 

Live where others spend their holidays? You can do that in Greece. If you are applying for a job or study in Greece, then you have to consider the following: There is a grading scale from 0-20 at high schools and comprehensive schools. A grading scale of 0-10 is used in colleges and universities. How your grades are converted:

 

clef Comprehensive Schools / Gymnasium:

 

Greek note

German note

Greek note

German note

20,0

1,0

13,0

3,1

19,7

1,1

12,7

3,2

19,3

1,2

12,3

3,3

19,0

1,3

12,0

3,4

18,7

1,4

11,7

3,5

18,3

1,5

11,3

3,6

18,0

1,6

11,0

3,7

17,7

1,7

10,7

3,8

17,3

1,8

10,3

3,9

17,0

1,9

10,0

4,0

16,7

2,0

9,7

4,1

16,3

2,1

9,3

4,2

16,0

2,2

9,0

4,3

15,7

2,3

8,7

4,4

15,3

2,4

8,3

4,5

15,0

2,5

8,0

4,6

14,7

2,6

7,7

4,7

14,3

2,7

7,3

4,8

14,0

2,8

7,0

4,9

13,7

2,9

6,7

5,0

 

clef University / College:

 

Greek note

German note

10

1,0

9

1,3

9

1,7

8

2,0

7

2,3

7

2,7

6

3,0

6

3,3

5

3,7

5

4,0

<5

5,0

 

 

clef in Belgium

 

In Belgium, too, grades are awarded using a 20-point scale.

 

Belgian note

German note

18 - 20

1,0

17 - 16

1,3

14 – 15

1,7

13

2,0

13

2,3

12

2,7

11

3,0

11

3,3

10

3,7

10

4,0

<10

5,0

 

 

clef in Ireland

 

A little tip: An application folder for Ireland will only be accompanied by a certificate if the company expressly requests it.

 

Percentage

Irish Grade (Degree)

Irish note

(Letter Grade)

German note

70-100

First class honors (1.1)

A.

1,0

60-69

Second Class Honors (2.1)

B.

2.0 to 1.3

50-59

Second Class Honors (2.2)

C.

3.3 to 2.3

45-49

Third Class Honors (3.1)

D.

3,7

40-44

passport

E.

4,0

Under 39

Fail

F.

5,0

 

 

clef in Portugal

 

Are you interested in a job or a year abroad in Portugal? Well, then you can quickly get an overview of the grading system:

Portugal uses a 0-20 scale to give marks. Here, too, you need at least 50%, i.e. 10 points, to pass.

 

Portuguese note

German note

18 - 20

1,0

17

1,3

16

1,7

15

2,0

14

2,3

13

2,7

12

3,0

11

3,7

10

4,0

<10

5,0

 

 

clef in Turkey

 

The notation at the university in Turkey has more gradations than the German grading system: if you reach 50, you have passed, if you get 100 you can look forward to the top grade.

 

Turkish note

German note

90-100

1,0

85-89

1,3

80-84

1,7

75-79

2,0

70-74

2,3

65-69

2,7

60-64

3,0

50-59

3,3-4,0

<50

5,0

 

 

clef in Czech Republic

 

If you apply to a German company for the Czech Republic, you don't have to worry about whether the recipient understands the meaning of your grades. Applicants who apply to a local company or an international company should, in addition to a certified translation of their certificate, enclose a sheet on which they briefly explain what the grade they achieved means in words. For example: grade 1 - very good, grade 2 - good and so on. Or: 13 to 15 points - very good, 10 to 12 points - good etc. In the Czech Republic four grades are awarded:

 

Czech note

description

importance

1

výborný

very good

2

velmi dobre

good / satisfactory

3

dostatecne

sufficient

4

nedostatecne

insufficient / failed

 

 

clef in China

 

Do you want to know which clef is needed for the university in China? As in Turkey, the Chinese notes are based on points. The best possible result is 100 out of 100 points. From 60 out of 100 points, an exam is considered passed.

 

Chinese note

German note

90-100

1,0

90-94

1,3

85-89

1,7

80-84

2,0

76-79

2,3

73-75

2,7

68-72

3,0

65-67

3,3

62-64

3,7

60-61

4,0

<60

5,0

 

 

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