Kiron Credit Points are a way of showing how much work you have finished (your completed workload). They are similar to the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) system that European universities use.
You obtain Kiron Credit Points when you finish a whole module (and not only one course). One Kiron Credit Point equals to an average of 25 hours of study.
The hours of study are calculated according to the course workload, and not the actual time it took you to complete a course. This means that it is not important if you need less or more time to finish all the courses of the module or how many courses there are in one module.
If you start studying in a regular degree program at an offline university, you can apply to have Kiron credits recognized. However, the university has the final decision, so we can not guarantee that Kiron credit points will be recognized.
You can see the number of credit points of each module in the module card (see an example below).
Please be aware that some language, preparatory courses, and shorter programs are not part of the Kiron Credit Points system.