Examinations of the academic year

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CountryExaminations of the academic year
Austria 2014/15 - examinations
Type of programme: Universities

No centrally set dates but most of examinations are carried out in January, March, June and October.

Type of programme:
Fachhochschulen

Institutions are free to fix examination dates.

Austria 2015/16 - examinations
Type of programme: Universities

No centrally set dates but most of examinations are carried out in January, March, June and October.

Type of programme:
Fachhochschulen

Institutions are free to fix examination dates.

Austria 2016/17 - examinations
Type of programme: Universities

No centrally set dates but most of examinations are carried out in January, March, June and October.

Type of programme:
Fachhochschulen

Institutions are free to fix examination dates.

Austria 2017/18 - examinations
Type of programme: Universities

No centrally set dates but most of examinations are carried out in January, March, June and October.

Type of programme:
Fachhochschulen

Institutions are free to fix examination dates.

Belgium 2014/15 - examinations
Belgium - Flemish Community

(1stsemester)

3-4 weeks in January

(2ndsemester)

Last week of May until the end of the last week of June or the 1st week of July

From about 17 August until the end of the third week of September.

Belgium - French Community

Curricular activities leading to an academic qualification in the first or second cycle are spread over the first two four-month terms in the academic year (with the exception of certain forms of assessment or professional integration activity). Each of these first two terms involves at least 12 weeks of activity and may not exceed four months. A period of assessment occurs at the end of each term.

The third term includes assessment periods (as well as professional integration or personal project activity).

Institutional autonomy.

Belgium - German-speaking Community

5-9 January 2015
8-26 June 2015
Belgium 2015/16 - examinations
Belgium - Flemish Community

(1stsemester)

3-4 weeks in January

Examinations academic year 2015-16:
from Monday 4 January 2016 until Saturday 30 January 2016

Followed by one week without class between the first and the second semester

Class-free week academic year 2015/16:
from Monday 1 February 2016 until Sunday 7 February 2016

(2ndsemester)

Last week of May until the end of the last week of June or the 1st week of July

Academic year 2015/16:
from Monday 23 May 2016 until Saturday 2 July 2016

Belgium - French Community

Curricular activities leading to an academic qualification in the first or second cycle are spread over the first two four-month terms in the academic year (with the exception of certain forms of assessment or professional integration activity). Each of these first two terms involves at least 12 weeks of activity and may not exceed four months. A period of assessment occurs at the end of each term.

The third term includes assessment periods (as well as professional integration or personal project activity).

Institutional autonomy

Belgium - German-speaking Community

4-8 January 2016
6-24 June 2016
Belgium 2016/17 - examinations
Belgium - Flemish Community

(1stsemester)

3-4 weeks in January

Examinations academic year 2016/17:
from Monday 9 January 2017 until
Saturday 4 February 2017

Followed by one week without class between the first and the second semester

Class-free week academic year 2016/17: from Monday 6 February 2017 until Sunday 12 February 2017

From mid-August until the end of the third week of September
Academic year 2016/17: from Monday 21 August 2017 until Saturday 16 September 2017

Last week of May until the end of the last week of June or the 1st week of July

Academic year 2016/17: from Monday 29 May 2017 until Saturday 8 July 2017

Belgium - French Community

Curricular activities leading to an academic qualification in the first or second cycle are spread over the first two four-month terms in the academic year (with the exception of certain forms of assessment or professional integration activity). Each of these first two terms involves at least 12 weeks of activity and may not exceed four months. A period of assessment occurs at the end of each term.

The third term includes assessment periods (as well as professional integration or personal project activity).

Institutional autonomy

Belgium - German-speaking Community

4-8 January 2016
6-24 June 2016
Belgium 2017/18 - examinations
Belgium - Flemish Community

(1stsemester)

3-4 weeks in January

Examinations academic year 2017/18: from Monday 8 January 2018 until Sunday 4 February 2018

Followed by one week without class between the first and the second semester

Class-free week academic year 2017/18: from Monday 5 February 2018 until Sunday 11 February 2018

Last week of May until the end of the last week of June or the 1st week of Jul

Academic year 2017/18:  from Monday 28 May 2018 until Sunday 1 or Sunday 8 July 2018 (depending on institution of  higher education)

From mid-August until the end of the third week of September

Academic year 2017/18: from Monday 20 August 2018 until Sunday 16 September 2018

Belgium - French Community

Curricular activities leading to an academic qualification in the first or second cycle are spread over the first two four-month terms in the academic year (with the exception of certain forms of assessment or professional integration activity). Each of these first two terms involves at least 12 weeks of activity and may not exceed four months. A period of assessment occurs at the end of each term.

The third term includes assessment periods (as well as professional integration or personal project activity).

Institutional autonomy

Belgium - German-speaking Community

8-12 January 2018
4-22 June 2018
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2016/17 - examinations
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina:
8 January – 2 February 2017
1-25 April 2017
9 June – 4 July 2017
1-25 September 2017

Republic of Srpsk:
23 January – 17 February 2017
17-28 April 2017
12 June – 14 July 2017
21 August – 15 September 2017
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2017/18 - examinations
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina:
8 January – 2 February 2018
2-20 April 2018
4 June – 2 July 2018
3-28 September 2018

Republic of Srpsk:
22 January  – 16 February 2018
16-27 April 2018
11 June – 13 July 2018
20 August – 14 September 2018
Bulgaria 2016/17 - examinations
The examination dates are determined at institutional level, however, they are usually scheduled within the period starting from mid- January to mid-February at the latest (end of the winter semester), and within the period from mid- June to mid-July.

Students who fail to take or pass an exam on the date within the indicated period, are supposed to take/re-take the exam usually in early September.
Bulgaria 2017/18 - examinations
The examination dates are determined at institutional level, however, they are usually scheduled within the period starting from mid- January to mid-February at the latest (end of the winter semester), and within the period from mid- June to mid-July.

Students who fail to take or pass an exam on the date within the indicated period, are supposed to take/re-take the exam usually in early September.
Croatia 2014/15 - examinations
26 January – 20 February 2015
Examinations resits: 24 August – 30 September 2015
Croatia 2015/16 - examinations
13 January – 10 February 2015
Examinations resits: 29 August – 9 September 2016
Croatia 2016/17 - examinations
12 June – 7 July 2017
28 August – 8 September 2017
Cyprus 2016/17 - examinations
Final examinations' periods and schedule are determined by the universities themselves whereas midterm examination dates may be set by faculty or faculty and students jointly. Only final examination periods appear on the academic calendar and these occur at the end of each semester.

Final examination periods in both UCY and CUT in 2016/17 will be as follows:

9-23 December 2016 for autumn semester
8-22 May 2017 for spring semester
In OUC final examinations will take place from 19 May – 12 June 2017.
Cyprus 2017/18 - examinations
Final examinations' periods and schedule are determined by the Universities themselves, whereas midterm examination dates may be set by faculty or faculty and students jointly. Only final examination periods appear on the academic calendar and these occur at the end of each semester.

The dates of the final examination periods in both UCY and CUT in 2017/18 are listed below:

8-23 December 2017 for autumn semester
7-25 May 2018 for spring semester
In OUC final examinations will take place from 29 May – 13 June 2018.
Czech Republic 2014/15 - examinations
Type of programme: ISCED 5A:
Examination periods are fixed by institutions in internal regulations.

Type of programme: ISCED 5B:
The exact days are set by the school head in accordance with the accredited educational programme.
Czech Republic 2015/16 - examinations
Type of programme: ISCED 6-8:
Examination periods are fixed by institutions in internal regulations.

Type of programme: ISCED 655:
The exact days are set by the school head in accordance with the accredited educational programme.
Czech Republic 2016/17 - examinations
Type of programme: ISCED 6-8:
Examination  periods  are  fixed  by institutions in the internal regulations.

Type of programme: ISCED 655:
The exact days are set by the school head in  accordance  with  the  accredited educational programme.
Czech Republic 2017/18 - examinations
Type of programme: ISCED 6-8:
Examination periods are fixed by institutions in internal regulations.

Type of programme: ISCED 655:
The exact days are set by the school head in accordance with the accredited educational programme.
Denmark 2014/15 - examinations

The universities fix the dates of examinations autonomously, but generally the period of examinations are:

Fall Semester: typically December and two-three weeks in January

Spring Semester: Mid and end of May and two-three weeks in June

Re-examinations are mainly placed in August before the start of a new academic year.

Denmark 2015/16 - examinations

The universities fix the dates of examinations autonomously, but generally the period of examinations are:

Fall Semester: typically December and two-three weeks in January

Spring Semester: Mid and end of May and two-three weeks in June

Re-examinations are mainly placed in August before the start of a new academic year.

Denmark 2016/17 - examinations
The  universities  fix  the  dates  of examinations  autonomously,  but  generally the period of examinations are: 

Fall Semester: typically December and two-three weeks in January

Spring Semester: Mid- and end of May and two-three weeks in June

Re-examinations are mainly placed in August before the start of a new academic year.  
Denmark 2017/18 - examinations
The universities fix the dates of examinations autonomously, but generally the examination period is:

Fall Semester: typically December and two-three weeks in January

Spring Semester: Mid- and end of May and two-three weeks in June

Re-examinations are mainly placed in August before the start of a new academic year.
Estonia 2014/15 - examinations

Occur generally between 2 January and 20 January.

Estonia 2015/16 - examinations

Occur generally between 2 January and 20 January.

Estonia 2016/17 - examinations
Occur generally between 2 January and 20 January.
Estonia 2017/18 - examinations
Occur generally between 2 January and 20 January.
Finland 2014/15 - examinations
Fixed by the teachers.
Finland 2015/16 - examinations
Fixed by the teachers.
Finland 2016/17 - examinations
Fixed by the teachers.
Finland 2017/18 - examinations
Fixed by the teachers
France 2014/15 - examinations
Type of programme: University studies:

Examination periods are entirely at the discretion of the university managing bodies.

Type of programme: non-university studies:

Examination periods are entirely at the discretion of the managing bodies of institutions.
France 2015/16 - examinations
Type of programme: University studies:

Examination periods are entirely at the discretion of the university managing bodies.

Type of programme: non-university studies:

Examination periods are entirely at the discretion of the managing bodies of institutions.
France 2016/17 - examinations
Type of programme: University studies:
Examination  periods  are  entirely  at  the discretion of university managing bodies.

Type of programme: non-university studies:
Examination  periods  are  entirely  at  the discretion  of  the  managing  bodies  of institutions.
France 2017/18 - examinations
Type of programme: University studies:
Examination periods are entirely at the discretion of university managing bodies.

Type of programme: non-university studies:
Examination periods are entirely at the discretion of the managing bodies of institutions.
Germany 2014/15 - examinations
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Germany 2015/16 - examinations
no data
Germany 2016/17 - examinations
no data
Germany 2017/18 - examinations
no data
Greece 2014/15 - examinations
Winter semester exams begin approximately in mid-January 2015 and last for three weeks until the beginning of February 2015.

Spring semester exams take place in June 2015 and last for three weeks.

Greece 2015/16 - examinations
Winter semester exams begin approximately in mid-January 2016 and last for three weeks until the beginning of February 2016

Spring semester exams take place in June 2016 and last for three weeks

Greece 2016/17 - examinations
Winter  semester  exams  begin approximately  in  mid-January  2017  and last for three weeks until the beginning of February 2017.

Spring  semester  exams  take  place  in June 2017 and last for three weeks.

Greece 2017/18 - examinations
Winter semester exams begin approximately in mid- January 2018 and last for three weeks until the beginning of February 2018.

Spring semester exams take place in June 2018 and last for three weeks.
Hungary 2014/15 - examinations
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Hungary 2015/16 - examinations
no data
Hungary 2016/17 - examinations
no data
Hungary 2017/18 - examinations
From mid-December until the end of January The exact dates are fixed by institutions.

From mid-May until the end of June The exact dates are fixed by institutions.
Iceland 2014/15 - examinations
Institutions are autonomous. Examinations generally take place between 2 and 20 December.

Institutions are autonomous. Examinations generally take place between 30 April and 31 May.

Iceland 2015/16 - examinations
Institutions are autonomous. Examinations generally take place between 30 April and 31 May.
Iceland 2016/17 - examinations
Institutions are autonomous.

Examinations  generally  take  place  between  2 and 20 December.

Examinations generally  take  place  between  30  April  and 31 May.
Iceland 2017/18 - examinations
Institutions are autonomous.
Examinations generally take place between 30 April and 31 May.
Ireland 2014/15 - examinations
Two weeks in February.

For Institutes of Technology, it’s usually two weeks during May. For Universities, it’s usually two weeks during June. Teachers and students are entirely free to fix examination dates jointly. Each University or Institute manages this separately.
Ireland 2015/16 - examinations
Two weeks in February.

For Institutes of Technology, it’s usually two weeks during May. For Universities, it’s usually two weeks during June.

Teachers and students are entirely free to fix examination dates jointly. Each University or Institute manages this separately.
Ireland 2016/17 - examinations
Two weeks in February

For  Institutes  of  Technology,  it’s  usually  two  weeks during  May.  For  Universities,  it’s  usually  two  weeks during June.

Teachers  and  students  are  entirely  free  to  fix examination dates jointly. Each University or Institute manages this separately.
Ireland 2017/18 - examinations
In December, starting from the week of 4th to 11th.  Each University or Institute manages this separately.

Usually 2 weeks (11-12 working days) in May.  Each University or Institute manages this separately.
Italy 2014/15 - examinations
Examinations (second session): 1-15 July 2015
Examinations (third sessions): 1-15 September 2015
Admission tests and entrance examinations:April and September 2014
Italy 2015/16 - examinations
Examinations (first session): 1-15 February 2016
Examinations (second session):
1-15 July 2016
Examinations (third sessions): 1-15 September 2016
Admission tests and entrance examinations: April 2015 and September 2015
Italy 2016/17 - examinations
Examinations (first session): January – February 2017
Examinations (second session):
June – July 2017
Examinations (third sessions): September 2017
Admission tests and entrance examinations: September 2016
Italy 2017/18 - examinations
Examinations (first session): January – February 2018
Examinations (second session):
June – July 2018
Examinations (third sessions): September 2018
Admission tests and entrance examinations: September 2017
Latvia 2014/15 - examinations
Institutions fix periods of examinations. Usually examinations proceed after the teaching activity period and take place in January/February and June/July.
Latvia 2015/16 - examinations
Institutions fix periods of examinations. Usually examinations proceed after the teaching activity period and take place in January/February and June/July.
Latvia 2016/17 - examinations
Institutions fix periods of examinations. Usually examinations proceed after the teaching activity period and take place in January/February and June/July.
Latvia 2017/18 - examinations
Institutions fix periods of examinations. Usually examinations proceed after the teaching activity period and take place in January/February and June/July.
Liechtenstein 2014/15 - examinations
Examination weeks: 7-27 January 2015
Examination weeks: 15 June - 3 July 2015
Liechtenstein 2015/16 - examinations
Examination weeks: 7-28 January 2016
Examination weeks: 16 June – 1 July 2016
Liechtenstein 2016/17 - examinations
Examination weeks: 9-27 January 2017
Examination weeks: 12-30 June 2017
Liechtenstein 2017/18 - examinations
Examination weeks: 8-26 January 2018
Examination weeks: 11-29 June 2018
Lithuania 2014/15 - examinations
The last four weeks of each semester are allocated to examination sessions.
Lithuania 2015/16 - examinations
The last four weeks of each semester are allocated to examination sessions.
Lithuania 2016/17 - examinations
The last four weeks of each semester are allocated to examination sessions.
Lithuania 2017/18 - examinations
The last four weeks of each semester are allocated to examination sessions.
Luxembourg 2014/15 - examinations

12 January - 8 February 2015, 8 June - 5 July 2015

Luxembourg 2015/16 - examinations

11 January – 7 February 2016, 6 June – 3 July 2016

Luxembourg 2016/17 - examinations

16 January – 12 February 2017

12 June – 9 July 2017

Luxembourg 2017/18 - examinations

15 January – 10 February 2018

11 June – 7 July 2018

Macedonia 2014/15 - examinations
8 January 2015 - 2 February 2015, 15 May 2015 - 15 June 2015 15, August 2015 - 15 September 2015
Macedonia 2015/16 - examinations
8-22 January 2016
16 May – 17 June 2016
15 August – 15 September 2016
Macedonia 2016/17 - examinations
9-20 January 2017
16 May – 16 June 2017
15 August – 15 September 2017
Malta 2014/15 - examinations
Type of programme: Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology:

Semester I

2-6 February 2015

Semester II

15-26 June 2015

Type of programme: University of Malta:

Semester I

2 February - 27 March 2015

Semester II

30 May - 30 June 2015

Malta 2015/16 - examinations
Type of programme: Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology:

Semester I

5-12 February 2016

Semester II

20 June – 1 July 2016

Type of programme: University of Malta:

Semester I

14-30 January 2016

Semester II

28 May – 30 June 2016

Malta 2016/17 - examinations
Type of programme: Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology:

Semester I

3 January – 27 February 2017

Semester II

6 February 2017

Type of programme: University of Malta:

Semester I

14-31 January 2017

Semester II

27 May – 30 June 2017

Malta 2017/18 - examinations
Type of programme: Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology:

5-9 February 2018

Type of programme: University of Malta:

Semester I

18 January – 3 February 2018

Semester II

26 May – 30 June 2018

Montenegro 2014/15 - examinations
.The last two weeks of December and 9-26 January 2015.
Montenegro 2015/16 - examinations
11 January – 7 February 2016
Montenegro 2016/17 - examinations
9 January –12 February 2017
Montenegro 2017/18 - examinations
8 January – 11 February 2018 
Netherlands 2014/15 - examinations
Institutions are entirely free to fix examination dates.
Netherlands 2015/16 - examinations
Institutions are entirely free to fix examination dates.
Netherlands 2016/17 - examinations
Institutions are entirely free to fix examination dates.
Netherlands 2017/18 - examinations
Institutions are entirely free to fix examination dates.
Norway 2014/15 - examinations
HEIs are autonomous.
Norway 2015/16 - examinations
HEIs are autonomous.
Norway 2016/17 - examinations
HEIs are autonomous.
Norway 2017/18 - examinations
HEIs are autonomous.
Poland 2014/15 - examinations
Institutions are autonomous.
Poland 2015/16 - examinations
Institutions are autonomous.
Poland 2016/17 - examinations
Institutions are autonomous.
Poland 2017/18 - examinations
Institutions are autonomous. Usually two weeks at the end of January/beginning of February (e.g. UoW: 27 January - 9 February 2018).
Portugal 2014/15 - examinations

The teaching department, teachers and students are entirely free to fix examination dates jointly. Normally there are two examinations periods:

1st: between the end of December and the end of February;

2nd: between the beginning of June and the end of July.

Portugal 2015/16 - examinations

The teaching department, teachers and students are entirely free to fix examination dates jointly. Normally there are two examinations periods:

1st: between the end of December and the end of February;

2nd: between the beginning of June and the end of July.

Portugal 2016/17 - examinations
The teaching department, teachers and students are entirely free to fix examination dates jointly. Normally there are two examinations periods:
  • 1st: between the end of December and the first week of February;
  • 2nd: between the beginning of June and the end of July.
Portugal 2017/18 - examinations
The teaching department, teachers and students are entirely free to fix examination dates jointly. Normally there are two examinations periods:
  • 1st: between the end of December and the first week of February;
  • 2nd: between the beginning of June and the end of July.
Romania 2014/15 - examinations

The examination dates are determined at institutional level. Teachers and students are free to fix the dates for examinations within the examination sessions established by institutions. Examination sessions are generally organised as follows:

mid-January - mid-February beginning of June - end of June beginning of September - mid-September (for those students who failed in previous sessions)

Romania 2015/16 - examinations
The examination dates are determined at institutional level. Teachers and students are free to fix the dates for examinations within the examination sessions established by institutions.
Romania 2016/17 - examinations
The examination dates are determined at institutional level. Teachers and students are free to fix the dates for examinations within the examination sessions established by institutions.
Romania 2017/18 - examinations
The examination dates are determined at institutional level. Teachers and students are free to fix the dates for examinations within the examination sessions established by institutions.
Serbia 2016/17 - examinations
HEIs determine the dates and the number of examination periods during the academic year, usually 4 to 6 periods, at the end of each semester and prior to the end of the academic year, after summer holidays.
Serbia 2017/18 - examinations
HEIs determine the dates and the number of examination periods during the academic year, usually 4 to 6 examination periods, usually taking place between semesters and prior to the end of the academic year, after summer holidays.
The most common exam periods are:
  • • January-February (15 Jan to 19 Feb)
  • • April (first half of April)
  • • June (the whole month)
  • • September (the whole month) – beginning of October
Slovakia 2014/15 - examinations
no data
Slovakia 2015/16 - examinations
no data
Slovakia 2016/17 - examinations
no data
Slovakia 2017/18 - examinations
no data
Slovenia 2014/15 - examinations
no data
Slovenia 2015/16 - examinations
Spring examinations: 4 to 6 weeks in June and July

Autumn examinations: Around 4 weeks from mid-August to end of September
Slovenia 2016/17 - examinations
Spring examinations: 4 to 6 weeks in June and July

Autumn examinations: Around 4 weeks from mid-August to end of
September 
Slovenia 2017/18 - examinations
Spring examinations: 4 to 6 weeks in June and July

Autumn examinations: Around 4 weeks from mid-August to end of
September
Spain 2014/15 - examinations
Type of programme: University tertiary education

Examinations:
2 or 3 weeks between beginning of January and mid-February (no teaching activity)
About 1 month between May and mid-July depending on whether the university has its extraordinary examinations in July or in September (no teaching activity)

Extraordinary examinations:
3 weeks between the second week of June and the second week of July (in some universities the first two weeks of September 2015)

Type of programme: non-university tertiary education:

There are generally three periods of examinations: before Christmas holidays, before Easter holidays and before summer holidays. Schools are free to fix examination dates within those periods.

Spain 2015/16 - examinations
Type of programme: University tertiary education

Examinations:
2 weeks between the end of November and mid- December
These consist of extraordinary examination sessions which take place in December; therefore, not every student takes these exams, but only those who ask for this possibility instead of during the ordinary periods. Teaching activity is not stopped meanwhile.

About 1 month between May and mid-July, depending on whether the university conducts its extraordinary examinations in July or in September (no teaching activity during this period)

Extraordinary examinations:
3 weeks between the second week of June and the second week of July (in some universities the first two weeks of September 2016)

Type of programme: non-university tertiary education:

There are generally three periods of examinations: before Christmas holidays, before Easter holidays and before summer holidays. Schools are free to fix examination dates within those periods.

Spain 2016/17 - examinations
Type of programme: University tertiary education

Examinations:
2 or 3 weeks between the end of November and mid-December (2).

These  consist  of  extraordinary  examination sessions  which  take  place  in  December; therefore,  not  every  student  takes  these  exams, but only those who ask for this possibility instead of during the ordinary periods. Teaching activity is not stopped meanwhile.

About 1 month between mid-May and the end of June,  depending  on  whether  the  university conducts its extraordinary examinations in July or in  September  (no  teaching  activity  during  this period).

Extraordinary examinations:
3  weeks  between  the  second  week  of  June  and the second week of July (in some universities the first two weeks of September 2017)

Type of programme: non-university tertiary education:

There  are  generally  three  periods  of examinations:  before  Christmas  holidays,  before Easter holidays and before summer holidays. Schools  are  free  to  fix  examination  dates  within those periods

Spain 2017/18 - examinations
Type of programme: University tertiary education

Examinations:
• According to the duration of the examinations: It ranges between 2 weeks (University of La Rioja) and 5 weeks (Universities in Galicia).
• According to the starting and the ending dates:
The earliest starting date is 4 December (University of Navarra) and the latest ending date is 6 February (University of Zaragoza).

Particular features:
• The University of Salamanca does not stop classes for exams.
• There is a 3rd extra call in November (2-13) in the University of Extremadura for those students close to ending their studies.

About 1 month between mid-May and the end of June, depending on whether the university conducts their extraordinary examinations in July or in September. There is no teaching activity during this period.
Particular feature: The University of Navarra, between 30 April and 18 June.

Extraordinary examinations:
1. Those universities scheduling extraordinary exams in June spend about 1 month, between the 1st week of June and the last week of July.
2. Those examining in September, no more than 3.5 weeks at the beginning of September 2018.

Type of programme: non-university tertiary education:
  • School year organised into 3 periods of examinations: before Christmas holidays, before Easter holidays and before summer holidays. Schools are free to fix examination dates within those periods.
  • School year is organised into 2 intervals: examinations take place after each interval.
Sweden 2014/15 - examinations
Fixed by the teachers.
Sweden 2015/16 - examinations
Fixed by the teachers.
Sweden 2016/17 - examinations
Fixed by the teachers
Sweden 2017/18 - examinations
Fixed by the teachers
Switzerland 2016/17 - examinations
Universities and universities of teacher education fix the periods of examinations autonomously. Usually they take place within 1 to 3 weeks before the end of a semester.

At the universities of applied sciences, the examinations usually take place at the end of the teaching period. For that reason, their teaching activity period usually lasts about two weeks longer than indicated above.
Switzerland 2017/18 - examinations
Type of programme: Universities, universities of applied sciences, universities of teacher education (ISCED 6 and 7):
Universities and universities of teacher education fix the periods of examinations autonomously. Usually they take place within 1 to 3 weeks before the end of a semester.
At the universities of applied sciences, the examinations usually take place at the end of the teaching period. For that reason, their teaching activity period usually lasts about two weeks longer than indicated above.

Type of programme: Colleges of professional education and training (ISCED 6):
Institutions are free to fix examination dates.
Turkey 2014/15 - examinations
Each university fixes its own examination dates. The number of mid-term exams is decided either by the university senate, or by the board of each faculty. In addition to the mid-term exams, there is a final exam for each particular course at the end of each semester. The final exams generally start either right after or one week after the end of the semester. It takes 2-3 on average. Those who take classes annually take one or two midterms and a final exam a year.
Turkey 2015/16 - examinations
Each university fixes its own examination dates. The number of mid-term exams is decided either by the university senate, or by the board of each faculty. In addition to the mid-term exams, there is a final exam for each particular course at the end of each semester. The final exams generally start either right after or one week after the end of the semester. It takes 2-3 on average. Those who take classes annually take one or two midterms and a final exam a year.
Turkey 2016/17 - examinations
Each university fixes its own examination dates. The number of mid-term exams is decided either by the university senate, or by the board of each faculty. In addition to the mid-term exams, there is a final exam for each particular course at the end of each semester. The final exams generally start either right after or one week after the end of the semester. It takes 2-3 on average. Those who take classes annually take one or two midterms and a final exam a year.
Turkey 2017/18 - examinations
Each university fixes its own examination dates. The number of mid-term exams is decided either by the university senate, or by the board of each faculty. In addition to the mid-term exams, there is a final exam for each particular course at the end of each semester. The final exams generally start either right after or one week after the end of the semester. It takes 2-3 on average. Those who take classes annually take one or two midterms and a final exam a year.
United Kingdom (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) 2014/15 - examinations
no data
United Kingdom (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) 2015/16 - examinations
no data
United Kingdom (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) 2016/17 - examinations
no data
United Kingdom (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) 2017/18 - examinations
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