The conditions for obtaining the so-called red diploma, or the "honored with honors" study, are governed by the Study and Examination Rules in Article 26 (4):
The overall result of a properly completed study is "passed with honors" if the following conditions are met:
- all parts of the state examination were successfully completed in due time with the evaluation "excellent" or "very good" and "good"
- the total state test result is "excellent" or "very good"
- the average classification in the study referred to in Article 17 (2) does not exceed 1.5,
- the student was not rated "unsatisfactory" in any of the classified subjects,
- in the study, the student was rated at most twice by the grade "satisfactory" or "satisfactory"
- the student has received a maximum of one third of the credits in a given study by acknowledging from a previous or parallel study or recording from a previous unsuccessful study,
- the student has made use of the possibility of authorizing the non-recurrence of items referred to in Article 20 (3) to a maximum of one twentieth of the minimum credit value.
Article 26 (4) (a) f) and g) will be used for the first time in studies commenced in the autumn semester 2017.