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  1. Master's degree in intercultural Germanic studies and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) think in a logical, abstract, analytical and synthetic way, resolve problems and conflicts, and respond appropriately to new situations, critically evaluate the effectiveness of others and own effectiveness, demonstrate knowledge of various information sources, and independently search for new sources of knowledge from various fields and apply that knowledge effectively, critically evaluate and appropriately use specialist and scholarly sources and literature from the subject matter, use ICT in professional work, including for the needs of own professional development, develop knowledge acquired in greater depth, integrate it with various fields and transfer it into practice, work in a team and cooperate with various professional and social partners, responsibly direct own professional development in the process of lifelong learning, and in particular enhance foreign-language skills, demonstrate knowledge of the core fields of study of the language, literature and culture of a foreign language, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basics of intercultural Germanic studies with a focus on German language and literature, demonstrate knowledge of and apply research procedures appropriate for intercultural research, demonstrate in-depth knowledge of and identify the specific features of the role of language and literature in popular culture, create texts of various types in everyday use, in connection with knowledge and underst ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Master's degree in comparative literature (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate knowledge of information technology, collect and use sources and information, integrate old knowledge with new, coherently communicate acquired knowledge in oral or written form,  understand and use at least two foreign languages, write in Slovene for a specialist and non-specialist public,  work and communicate in a team, demonstrate knowledge of the principles of historical and theoretical thinking, place the subject of discussion in a comparative relationship with another subject as the basis of interdisciplinary discussion, observe a problem and posit and defend a thesis in connection with the problem, analyse and synthetically evaluate a problem in a broader context, explain a proposed solution to the problem through dialogue, use scholarly apparatus, demonstrate a capacity for ethical self-reflection and a commitment to professional ethics, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate understanding of literature and its connection with other cultural activities and its role in European or world culture on the one hand and in Slovene culture on the other, work with literary texts, for which literary general knowledge and a broad cultural horizon are necessary, produce more demanding forms of literary or cultural journalism, undertake more demanding editing work (publishing houses, newspapers, radio, television), undertake dramaturgical work (theatre, radio), literary criticism and journalism, lead creative writing workshops, undertake work in litera ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Master's degree in interpreting (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) communicate in writing and orally at a higher level,  work as part of a team,  independently acquire knowledge and expertise,  pursue lifelong learning in a knowledge-based society, analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and consequences at a higher level,  develop own research approaches and a focus on problem-solving, use information and communication technologies,  demonstrate mastery of research methods, procedures and processes, demonstrate critical and self-critical judgement,  demonstrate a capacity for ethical reflection and a commitment to professional ethics,  work autonomously within the discipline,  develop a critical intellect, (subject-specific competences) provide a description and a theoretical analysis of interpreting processes,  demonstrate knowledge of and proficiency in interpreting strategies and techniques,  analyse, understand and summarise texts,  demonstrate encyclopaedic knowledge and intercultural awareness,  demonstrate oral comprehension and spoken expression,  demonstrate good memory skills,  communicate,  formulate an autonomous view of the status of interpreting and the interpreter,  use specific information technologies for interpreting work, demonstrate textual competence in Slovene and two foreign languages with regard to the specifics of textual and communicative conventions, understand and analyse communication processes in society at an advanced level, demonstrate understanding of the interdependence of texts and the ci ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Master's degree in comparative linguistics and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: understand and describe linguistic phenomena in the diachronic perspective, demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the basic principles of the comparative method and reconstruction and apply them, perform basic research in the field of comparative linguistics, autonomously reconstruct linguistic forms for older states from synchronic states, demonstrate in-depth understanding of the genetic, areal and diachronic position of the Slovene language,  explain those phenomena of the Slovene language that are not explainable on the basis of knowledge of the written history of the language but on the basis of reconstructed linguistic states, predict the direction of development of language, and in particular of the Slovene language, use the techniques of the comparative method and reconstruction for etymological purposes, provide etymological explanations of the Slovene language, perform research in the field of comparative linguistics, quickly learn any Indo-European language. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Master's degree in comparative Slavonic philology (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate broad knowledge in the field of Slavonic languages and cultures, resolve technical problems, autonomously acquire and use sources, knowledge and information, use information technology, express themselves in public media, show sensitivity to ethical criteria and a commitment to professional ethics, (subject-specific competences) work with several Slavonic languages in different periods from a scientific linguistic and philosophical point of view, use three modern Slavonic languages in practice and actively communicate in them. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Master's degree in Germanic studies (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: think in a logical, abstract, analytical and synthetic way,  express specialist knowledge in written and oral form and reflect on and evaluate it critically,  transfer acquired knowledge into practice competently and with authority, link acquired knowledge and qualifications with various fields, and independently enhance and refine them,  appropriately contextualise and independently supplement information,  transfer own knowledge and skills to other problem areas (ability to transfer), and resolve them in an intra- and interdisciplinary way,  perceive and innovatively resolve complex problems and conflict situations and make decisions competently and with authority, respond appropriately to new situations and create new concepts,  approach problem-solving as part of a team and form and lead a specialist team, reflect and self-reflect and think critically and holistically,  independently search for new sources of knowledge in a professional and academic field, use ICT professionally and effectively in searching for, selecting, processing, presenting and disseminating information, competently receive the opinions of others and respond to them in an authoritative and reasoned way,  assess own and others' capacities and abilities and act effectively and economically,  assess and ensure the quality of own work, and raise quality standards in the work environment, apply scientific methods innovatively, win, conceive and lead projects,  develop management and leadership skills and develop hi ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Master's degree in Greek language, literature and culture and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: read the most complex Greek literary, specialist and documentary texts, autonomously translate literary, specialist and documentary texts from Greek to Slovene, express themselves confidently, both orally and in writing (Modern Greek language, literature and culture stream) translate orally into modern Greek and from modern Greek into Slovene (Modern Greek language, literature and culture stream), demonstrate in-depth understanding of the synchronic and diachronic aspects of the Greek language, demonstrate understanding of the genres, periods, authors and texts of classical Latin and Greek literature in the broader cultural-historical context, define problems of interpretation and interpret texts autonomously, undertake autonomous research in the field of Greek language, literature and culture from the synchronic and diachronic perspectives, use traditional and modern approaches to textual analysis in a considered manner, demonstrate in-depth understanding of the anthropological aspects of ancient and later Greek culture, demonstrate in-depth and critical understanding of the reception of ancient culture in various periods and its presence in the contemporary world, undertake autonomous academic and professional activity in fields relating to research in Greek language and culture, autonomously write research papers and survey articles (articles, textual commentaries; general-interest and journalistic texts), communicate and popularise Greek language, literature and culture, undertake ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Master's degree in French language and literature and Romance studies … (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) analyse in depth and synthesise, argue a position, anticipate solutions and consequences, develop new knowledge, communicate in a professional and academic environment, undertake critical assessment, including self-critical assessment,  demonstrate autonomy in professional and academic work,  manage complex projects, demonstrate mastery of research methods, methodologies, approaches and processes, demonstrates awareness of the position of knowledge in society,  (subject-specific competences) demonstrate mastery of the methods, tools and terminology of scientific research in the field of the French language, demonstrate mastery of the methods, tools and terminology of scientific research in the field of French and Francophone literature, demonstrate mastery of the methods, tools and terminology of scientific research in the field of French and Francophone cultures, demonstrate mastery of the methods, tools and terminology of scientific research in the field of Romance languages, demonstrate mastery of the methods, tools and terminology of scientific research of cultural phenomena in Romance language countries, demonstrate understanding of the development of the French language, demonstrate understanding of the development of Romance languages,  demonstrate understanding of developments in the French language at the synchronic level, demonstrate understanding of developments in Romance languages at the synchronic level, demonstrate understanding of the development ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Master's degree in general linguistics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) autonomously acquire and use sources, knowledge and information, think critically and holistically, including at the interdisciplinary level, demonstrate knowledge of basic methods of assessment, evaluation and analysis, use scholarly apparatus, justify, discuss and clarify, participate in international projects, demonstrate openness to alternative views and solutions, demonstrate familiarity with procedures for applying for funding for research projects and other projects, (subject-specific competences) undertake fieldwork in linguistics, carry out research in the field of linguistics (theoretical and practical), demonstrate familiarity with philological methods, formulate and develop scientific theories, especially deductive theories, demonstrate familiarity with the principal schools of linguistics and apply them while taking into account the linguistic facts of Slovene, demonstrate familiarity with the theory of naturalness in linguistics, in particular with natural syntax as a Slovene contribution to linguistic theory, explain phenomena of the Slovene language which are not specific to it but which are a special example of more general linguistics phenomena. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Master's degree in Italian language and literature (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) apply scientific research methods to a broad range of problems in changed circumstances, evaluate texts and develop critical reading/listening skills, apply (theoretical) knowledge in practice in a flexible and critical manner, provide interlingual cultural mediation with highly developed communication skills in Italian (levels C1 and C2 in the CERF), work professionally, creatively and flexibly in a chosen specialist field (publishing, public relations, journalism, cultural centres and institutions, international business, etc.), enhance knowledge of selected specialist fields, find new information, interpret it and place it in the context of the discipline, demonstrate understanding of individual values and value systems and deal with questions of professional ethics, undertake professional work in a multilingual and multicultural environment, demonstrate an orientation towards inclusive, non-discriminatory work and interculturalism,  develop communication skills, cooperate, work in a team, undertake project work and lead a team, demonstrate general knowledge, communicate with experts from other professional and academic fields, organise and lead, demonstrate autonomy and a critical/self-critical sense, undertake reflection/self-reflection and strive for quality, demonstrate initiative/ambition and the value of ongoing personal and professional development, use ICT (information literacy), (subject-specific competences) develop in-depth knowledge of specific lin ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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