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The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) is a translation tool that helps communication and comparison between qualifications systems in Europe. Its eight common European reference levels are described in terms of learning outcomes: knowledge, skills and competences. This allows any national qualifications systems, national qualifications frameworks (NQFs) and qualifications in Europe to relate to the EQF levels. Learners, graduates, providers and employers can use these levels to understand and compare qualifications awarded in different countries and by different education and training systems.

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  1. Doctorate in the field of media communications (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) develop innovative solutions by combining different original strategies or by improving existing methods and approaches, solve complex problems by creating new tools or methods, draft rational plans for introducing new ideas that will bear fruit, rapidly find, extract and synthesise information from both complete and incomplete sources, deal with unfamiliar and uncertain situations, and anticipate changes and problems, accept failure and take appropriate measures, work independently, persistently and accurately, take a broad, flexible and interdisciplinary view of things, cooperate with others, manage time, materials and human and financial resources, constantly cultivate curiosity, keep abreast of developments and rapidly acquire new skills and knowledge, communicate effectively for different purposes and use various media (subject-specific competences) apply theories of political economy, the network society, privacy, the public sphere, and surveillance in contemporary discussion of digital media, put contemporary discussions about the development of media in a historical context, analyse contemporary visual content with regard to cultural and political potentials, particularly in terms of virtuality, gender and politics, plan visual projects, evaluate actual visual production, assess social importance, and recognise aesthetic/political potentials in contemporary visual content, analyse results, draw conclusions and propose improvements for regulated fields in t ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Doctorate in the field of information and communication technology (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) perform independent research work in the field of information and communication technology, research, select and organise information in order to synthesise solutions and anticipate their consequences, master research methods, procedures and processes, develop critical and self-critical assessment, apply acquired knowledge in practice, perform professional work autonomously, and perform activities responsibly and creatively, develop communication skills, particularly in the international environment, develop ethical reflection, and commitment to professional ethics and regulations, and cooperate and work to resolve common tasks and problems within a group and in the international environment. (subject-specific competences) possess knowledge of the development of computer science and understand the concepts of computer architecture, possess knowledge of the construction and operation of the primary functional elements of computer systems, possess knowledge of advanced computer architectures, and their characteristics and limitations in terms of possible applications in practice, possess knowledge of the concepts and principles of data mining and the identification of principles in databases, recognise various types of telecommunication networks and analyse their capacities, as the basis for introducing telecommunication services, understand basic physical events and processes in telecommunication systems, understanding the functioning of internet networks, underst ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Doctorate in the field of computer and information science (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) think analytically and break down complex problems and situations, understand complex natural, technical, technological, economic-entrepreneurial and social situations and models, formulate and express expert opinions supported by well-argued positions from the profession and science, demonstrate a critical approach to research, responsibility, initiative and independence in scientific experiments and development tasks, understand scientific methodologies, methods and techniques, as well as development and technological requirements that arise in the economy, and demonstrate sound understanding of the basics of patent engineering, the introduction of technical and technological improvements and their linking with scientific research and their importance for social development. (subject-specific competences) demonstrate broad knowledge of computer and information technologies, appropriate for research in several specific specialisations, such as intelligent systems, multimodal human-machine interfaces, ubiquitous computing, software engineering, information technologies and services, etc., possess sound knowledge of mathematical-technical devices to understand the functioning of and analyse and synthesise computer and information models and systems, demonstrate superior mastery of methodologies and techniques of scientific and development research, and of scientific communication, and research, develop and synthesise new methods, procedures or devices derived from ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Doctorate in the field of computer and information science (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) perform scientific research and development work creatively and independently, and resolve the scientific research problems of future employers, understand and critically assess solutions for demanding and complex problems, and creatively and independently address scientific research problems, critically assess research results, develop new research methods and transfer new technologies and knowledge into practice. (specific competences) use state-of-the-art computer and information methods and procedures in resolving issues in research and development systems, place computer and information science in the broader social context, apply engineering principles in resolving complex problems, and communicate and report on work and the results to the field of global computer science and society. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Master of Science in the field of information systems and decision making (no legal status)

    Graduates are qualified to work in the field of development, use and manage information systems, resolve the management problems of companies and other major business systems, and resolve management problems using information technologies. Graduates are introduced to scientific research work and the application of theoretical knowledge in resolving specific information and computer problems. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Master of Science in the field of natural and technical information science (no legal status)

    Graduates have acquired in-depth knowledge and developed creativity in the field of scientific and technical information science, in particular with regard to building information systems, developing data processing methods and techniques, using and adapting software and applying it in the transfer of information, with a special emphasis on information science methodologies at the highest data processing level, to resolve research and development problems. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Doctorate in the field of computer and information science (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (competences of doctoral candidates) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of factors in the computer profession, critically assess events in the field of computer and information science, and in broader terms in society, autonomously search for and obtain professional knowledge and integrate it with existing knowledge, demonstrate autonomy in professional and scientific research work, use mathematical and computer tools in specific research, place computer and information science in the broader social context to communicate in the field of global computer science and society, and create a hierarchy that breaks a problem down into sub-problems and combine partial solutions using engineering techniques. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Master of Science in the field of computer and information science (no legal status)

    A candidate is qualified to: demonstrate basic knowledge of the field of computer and information science, including the basis of theoretical knowledge, practical knowledge and skills essential for the field of computer and information science, demonstrate in-depth understanding and the ability to integrate computer and information science knowledge in other relevant technical and vocational fields (e.g. economics, organisational sciences, etc.), transfer knowledge to co-workers in technological and research groups, demonstrate practical knowledge and skills in the use of software, hardware and information technologies that are necessary for the successful work of an expert in the field of computer and information science, independently perform complex developmental engineering and organisational tasks and less complex research tasks in areas relating to own work, and continue studies in the third cycle, i.e. the doctoral level. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Doctor of Engineering Science (E-studies Technologies and Management) (RTU)

    Learning outcomes are defined for each study programme by the higher education institution in accordance with the study programme requirements set by  The Law on Higher Education Institutions. For more information, see The Law on Higher Education Institutions (adopted on 02.11.1995), Article 55: Read law article Learning outcomes: Not available ...

    Awarding body- Riga Technical University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  10. Doctoral Degree of Engineering Sciences in Information Technologies (LLU)

    Competences:Information is not availableSkills:Information is not availableKnowledge:Information is not available ...

    Awarding body- Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies (till October 2017 Latvia University of...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia