UCLouvain students will soon enter the decisive phase of their university year, that of the blockade and the end-of-year exams. Five weeks of work, but with the line of sight, the 60 credits to be validated by obtaining at least a mark of 10/20 in each course. At least, that’s what the landscape decree says – in theory.
But in fact, several testimonies brought by students of the university say the opposite. This is particularly the case for the Linguistics course (whose exact title is “Mastery and analysis of standardized French”).
►► Many students complain about the terms of the course: “The teacher requires us to pass the end-of-year exam at least 80%”
►► The Comac Louvain-la-Neuve, the student movement of the PTB, has identified around a hundred testimonies.
►► And other faculties also use these workarounds, according to testimony…