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The Students

The students number about 700, hailing from around 90 countries. Of these about 70% are either priests, seminarians or religious men and women, while about 30% belong to the laity.

Specially remembered among the students formed in the Faculty and who later made a very notable contribution to the sacred sciences and to the Church of our time, are: M. D. Chenu O.P.; D. Pire O.P. (Nobel Prize for Peace, 1958); K. Woitiła (John Paul II); J.-M. Tillard O.P. and about 100 others that are Cardinals, Archbishops or Bishops.



The ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) was developed by the Commission of the European Communities in order to provide common procedures to guarantee academic recognition of studies abroad.

ECTS credits are a value allocated to course units to describe the student workload required to complete them. They reflect the quantity of work each course requires in relation to the total quantity of work required to complete a full year of academic study at the institution, that is, lectures, practicals, seminars, private work - in the library or at home - and examinations or other assessment activities. In ECTS, 60 credits normally represent the workload of a year of full time studies.

Equivalences: 1 hour=1,5 credits; 2 hours=3 credits; 3 hours=5 credits; 4 hours=6 credits.


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