To receive the master's degree, the student must study at the university for the term of study, take at least 30 credits including the required and elective lectures of each course, receive research guidance from an advisor, submit a master's thesis, which must be approved, and pass a final examination. The term of study is usually 2 years, but may be shortened to 1 year in the case of outstanding academic achievement.
The student must study at the university for the required term of study, and, irrespective of the course, take at least 12 credits, including four or more in the compulsory subjects, accept research instruction from an advisor, submit a doctoral thesis, and pass the thesis and final examination. The term of study is usually 3 years, but it is be possible to obtain a degree in one year (two years for those who have completed the Master's degree in one year) for students with outstanding research achievements.
Depending on the content of the master's thesis a Master of Science (MS) or Master of Engineering (MEng) degree is awarded.
Depending on the content of the doctoral thesis, a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), a Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), or a Doctor of Engineering (D.Eng.) is conferred.