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|Monday, 11 August 2008 09:55|
Semester credit system (SKS) or Credit Hours is the measurement unit used to indicate the study load of students, the amount of recognition given to lecturers' workload, and the achievement gained in the implementation of education by the teaching staff during one semester.
Semester is the smallest unit of time to indicate the length of an education program at each level of education. One semester is a unit of time consisting of 16 to 22 weeks of lecturing or other scheduled activities, including up to three weeks of evaluation activities.
The goal of adopting this system is to present students with programs that are varied and flexible, so as to give them more choices and opportunities in program selection and achievements.
In a more specific way, the aims of adopting the Semester Credit System are the following:
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