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  1. Bachelor's degree

    Qualifications of BA/Bsc education can be obtained by those who have the following competences: 1) knowledge – Having a comprehensive knowledge about fundamental facts, directions and limits in the domain of the educational field. Being aware of the most important relations, theories and the underlying terminology of the field at hand. Knowing the cognitive and problem-solving methods of major theories of the field, and the related policies and regulations. 2) skills – Fulfilling jobs related to one’s qualification. Analysing the disciplines of the field at a basic level, drawing up connections synthetically and analysing them adequately. Identifying professional routine problems, exploring and formulating the solution-oriented precept and practical background and solving them by applying standard procedures. 3) attitude – Accepting and genuinely representing the role of the field in the society and its fundamental relations to the world. Being open to the professional, technological developments of the field and mediating them genuinely. 4) autonomy and responsibility – Reflecting on comprehensive, fundamental issues of the profession independently, even in unexpected decision-making scenarios, and elaborating on those issues by using available resources. Taking responsibilities in forming and supporting professional stands and directions. Input-related pre-conditions for the trainings: Passing the secondary school leaving exam. The attainment of a certain level of foreign language certificate, and the fulfilm ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  2. Master's degree

    Qualifications of MA/Msc education can be obtained by those who have the following competences: 1) knowledge – Having a thorough knowledge about both general and specific characteristics, boundaries of the field’s expertise, its directions for development and links to other related fields of the profession. Having a detailed knowledge about the given field’s connections, theories and the relevant terminology, specific research methods and related regulations and policies. 2) skills – Conducting detailed analysis of different views and professional stands that contribute to the body of knowledge in the given field. Drawing up comprehensive and specific connections and carrying out evaluation. Identifying specific professional issues with a versatile interdisciplinary approach. Applying field-related knowledge transfer techniques, processing publications, having knowledge about the effective research and processing of information at an advanced level. 3) attitude – Situating oneself into the overall and particular set of relations, and professional identity that feeds into the distinct nature, individual and community role of the field. Transmitting the profession’s summative and specified set of issues authentically. Making strategic decisions by carefully considering and respecting legal and ethical standards in situations where new and complex approach is necessary. Exhibiting and representing an advanced professional identity and devotion toward the professional and broader community in society. Striving to c ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  3. PhD degree

    Qualifications of PhD education can be obtained by those who exhibit the following competences: 1) knowledge – Having a research-based knowledge about the given field’s general and specific characteristics, and the necessary methodological background related to the specialised scientific discipline. 2) skills – Being able to analyse the given field creatively, drawing up comprehensive and special relations synthetically from an innovative angle, and conduct adequate evaluative and critical reflection. Being able to apply and further develop specific knowledge transfer and problem-solving techniques of one’s field. Being able to detect unexpected issues of the profession, and to explore the research-based theoretical and practical background that is necessary to overcome those issues. 3) attitude – Exhibiting motivation and learning skills that enable one to explore and overcome unforeseen, unpredictable issues of the research field. Having a strong sense of dedication toward the profession, a firm devotion to explore new directions, accepting the necessity to engage in enduring work procedures. 4) autonomy and responsibility – Building and initiating new domains of knowledge constructively and creatively, initiating new practical solutions. Taking leadership in the formation of theoretical and practical matters in a highly cooperative way. Taking the responsibility for posing and overcoming new field-related ethical issues. Pre-conditions for the admission to the training: Applicants holding a MA/Msc degree cer ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary

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