LexCie Hours Arrangement
Every year the Lexcie organises several study related activities. For these activities you can get Lexcie hours. When you have 28 Lexcie hours you can get 1 ECTS, you only get these points if you sign the attendance list or scan your wur-card at the activities. To get this ECTS you have to keep a list of your own activities, hours and the dates of these activities. When you have your 28 hours you can send this list to email@example.com. Below you can find a list of activities that have taken place and their hours. You can count the activities you attended in your bachelors as well.
Example student x:
Bachelor year 2 (8 hours): participating in two activities of 4 hours
Bachelor year 3 (16 hours): participating in two activities of 8 hours
Master year 1 (4 hours): participating in one activity of 4 hours
Total: 8 + 16 + 4 = 28 uur = 1 ECTS
The Lexcie is not responsible for keeping track of the hours per student. The student should keep track of the activities he/she has participated in. For this we have created a document which you can find below. In addition, the student must give their signature during every activity. If a student did not sign the list, unfortunately no hours can be assigned for this activity. Signing is your own responsibility.
If the student has collected 28 hours and is therefore entitled to 1 ECTS, the student can email the list of attended activities to firstname.lastname@example.org. It will be checked whether this is correct and whether the signatures can be found on the lists. SSC will be informed that the student has earned 1 ECTS for the 'course' HNE-23801.
See below the hours arrangement