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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. Academic bachelor's degree in geology (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate knowledge of academic fields (broad general perspective), develop the ability to define, understand and creatively address problems, principles and theories, critically read and understand texts, autonomously acquire knowledge and find sources, think critically, analytically and synthetically, transfer and apply theoretical knowledge in practice, resolve technical and work-related problems, develop professional and ethical responsibility, develop linguistic and numerical literacy, speak in public and communicate with customers, use information and communication technologies, make interdisciplinary connections, take an objective view of the environment and society, accept obligations towards customers and employers and towards society as a whole, (subject-specific competences) study the Earth system as a whole and its various subsystems, autonomously obtain and evaluate geological data using geological mapping, sampling and profiling, analyse and interpret the geological structure of a territory and the processes that shape it, research, evaluate and plan the use of deposits of mineral raw materials and water sources, estimate and evaluate risks due to geological and anthropogenic phenomena (landslides, earthquakes, subsidence, floods, pollution) and plan remediation measures, prepare technical geological information for spatial planning and urban planning and for the planning and realisation of civil and industrial infrastructure (buildings, roads, rai ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Academic bachelor's degree in bioinformatics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of factors in biochemistry, critically assess developments in the field of the natural sciences (above all in biology, biochemistry and molecular genetics), use mathematics and computer and information science in the field of the natural sciences (above all in biology, biochemistry and molecular genetics), develop communication skills and abilities, cooperate with co-workers, work in a team and work on projects, autonomously seek out and acquire specialist knowledge and integrate it with existing knowledge, seek and interpret new information and place it in the context of bioinformatics, demonstrate autonomy in professional work, take a holistic view of the development of bioinformatics as a new science, demonstrate proficiency in basic natural sciences education, analyse specific situations, critically verify information and anticipate solutions and consequences, apply theoretical and practical research methods, various procedures and technologies, prepare strategies and creatively address problems that occur in the field of the application of biological information, demonstrate a commitment to ethics, (subject-specific competences) describe a biological phenomenon in mathematical or computer language, demonstrate understanding of mathematical concepts and principles, address problems through the use of modern information technology, apply an algorithmic approach: develop an algorithm to resolve a ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Academic bachelor's degree in chemistry (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) present knowledge and demonstrate understanding of basic facts, principles and theories in the field of chemistry in written and oral form, use acquired knowledge to address qualitative and quantitative tasks in the field of chemistry and chemical engineering, recognised and complement good laboratory practice, process data in the field of chemistry and chemical engineering, handle chemicals safely with regard to their physical and chemical properties, carry out standard laboratory procedures including the use of instruments in synthesis and analytical procedures, observe and measure chemical properties and changes and systematically and reliably control and record data, communicate and explain laboratory results, carry out a risk assessment regarding chemicals and procedures used, acquire knowledge from relevant literature and data sources, including computer databases, communicate effectively, in their mother tongue and one world language, and use modern presentation tools, work in multidisciplinary teams to resolve tasks in the fields of chemistry and chemical engineering, demonstrate understanding of the principles of chemical process management and business practice demonstrate understanding of their own professional and ethical responsibility, pursue autonomous learning and recognise the need for lifelong learning. (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge of relevant basic disciplines and their genesis (particularly mathematics, biology, physics) ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Academic bachelor's degree in meteorology and geophysics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) abstract and analyse basic, simple events in the atmosphere and from general geophysical findings, synthesise and critically assess solutions of these basic, simple problems, apply acquired knowledge in practice, carry out autonomous professional work on simple problems and slightly more complex work as part of a team, (subject-specific competences) show a general awareness of the basic natural laws governing the weather, climate and certain other geophysical phenomena, show connections between various natural phenomena, demonstrate proficiency in basic measurement and observation skills, deal qualitatively with events, make critical comparisons between modelled and actually measured values, carry out quantitative analysis of elementary problems, analyse and present results in tabular, graphical or some other clear form. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Academic bachelor's degree in physics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) critically analyse the causalities of natural phenomena, demonstrate mastery of the basics of methods that are used in various fields of natural science, present results in a form that is accessible to specialist and non-specialist audiences, formulate and analyse results using computerised methods and means, use a foreign language, (subject-specific competences) show a good general awareness of basic physical and natural laws, show connections between various natural phenomena, physically model practical problems, demonstrate proficiency in basic experimental skills, undertake qualitative analysis of physical problems obtained, formulate physical problems in mathematical language, undertake quantitative analysis of problems and resolve models, present physical problems and results to non-physicists, communicate physical content to the general public. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Academic bachelor's degree in computer science and mathematics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) use abstraction and analyse problems, synthesise and critically assess solutions, apply knowledge in practice, share knowledge, communicate professionally and express themselves in writing, search for sources and critically assess information, undertake autonomous professional work and work in an (international) group, develop professional responsibility and ethics, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate basic competences in the field of theoretical computing, logic and discrete mathematics covering the basic theoretical knowledge, practical knowledge and skills essential for the interdisciplinary study of computer science and mathematics, translate practical problems into the language of mathematics and theoretical computer science and qualitatively analyse the mathematical problems obtained in this way, create algorithms to solve problems and implement developed algorithms in relevant programming environments, analyse and present results, demonstrate understanding of computer science and information science content and integrate it in other professionally relevant fields (economics, financial mathematics, organisational science, etc.), demonstrate practical knowledge and skills in the use of software, hardware and information technologies, independently perform less complex and complex developmental engineering and organisational tasks in their own fields, demonstrate basic competences in the field of computer science and mathematics that enable the continua ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Academic bachelor's degree in chemistry (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) apply knowledge in practice, use numerical and calculating skills such as error analysis, estimation of order of magnitude and the correct use of units, manage information from primary and secondary sources, including interactive computer queries, adapt to new situations and make decisions, demonstrate mastery of IT skills such as word processing, the use of tables, saving and storing data, content-oriented use of the internet, plan and manage time, cooperate with others and take part in group work, communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to a well-informed audience, both in writing and orally; above all in Slovene but at a basic level also in English, collect and interpret relevant scientific data and take decisions that also require reflection on ethical questions regarding society and the natural environment, pursue lifelong learning and continuous professional development, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate deeper understanding of certain other specialised subjects, demonstrate knowledge of some fundamental mathematical concepts and skills that are necessary for understanding specialised literature and for successful work. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Academic bachelor's degree in kinesiology (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: demonstrate understanding of the functioning of the human organism in interaction with the living environment, recognise consequences of the interaction of the environment and human beings, undertake preventive operations, design and lead exercise/sports programmes and promote an active lifestyle as a factor of quality of life with the aim of sustainable development, acquire specific knowledge that will enable more efficient functioning of the human organism in interaction with its environment, undertake education in and build on various streams of applied knowledge such as education, environmental health, dietetics, etc., work successfully in the field of the promotion of motor efficiency, increasing fitness for work and preventive activities in various living environments. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Academic bachelor's degree in chemistry (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) apply knowledge in practice; use numerical and calculating skills such as error analysis, estimation of order of magnitude and the correct use of units; manage information from primary and secondary sources, including interactive computer queries; adapt to new situations and make decisions; demonstrate IT skills such as word processing, the use of tables, saving and storing data, content-oriented use of the internet; plan skills and manage time; cooperate with others and take part in group work; collect and interpret relevant scientific data and take decisions that also require reflection on ethical questions regarding society and the natural environment; demonstrate developed study skills necessary for lifelong learning and continuous professional development. subject-specific competences) The knowledge acquired will allow students deeper understanding of certain other specialised subjects. They will learn some fundamental mathematical concepts and skills that are necessary for understanding specialised literature and for successful work. (For scientists and engineers these are almost as indispensable as multiplication tables in everyday life.)   ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Professional bachelor's degree in physics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: demonstrate good familiarity with the basic laws of physics, demonstrate familiarity with the most important fields of physics, demonstrate general understanding of natural phenomena, carry out mathematical modelling and resolution of physical problems, demonstrate understanding of the physical background of measurement procedures and techniques, use a computer to manage processes and quantitatively analyse problems, demonstrate mastery of methods of measurement and statistical data processing, work in a measurement laboratory, analyse and present results, demonstrate mastery of general technical knowledge, demonstrate a capacity for abstraction and analysis of problems, work professionally in a group, use and keep abreast of literature in their field and online information, demonstrate understanding of technological processes, synthesise and critically assess solutions, apply knowledge in practice, communicate and impart specialised content to a specialist public. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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