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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. Computer and information science engineer (first-cycle academic education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) develop critical, analytical and synthetic thinking, defines, understands and creatively addresses professional challenges in computer and information science fields, shares knowledge, technical understanding and written expression in native language and one foreign language, searches for sources and critically assesses information, respect security, functional, economic and environmental protection principles, use acquired knowledge to independently resolve technical and scientific problems relating to computer and information science, and enhance previously acquired knowledge, work in a professional group, and develop professional responsibility and ethics, (subject-specific competences) possesses basic theoretical and practical computer and information science knowledge and skills, understand and integrate computer and information science knowledge in other relevant technical and vocational fields (e.g. economics, organisation sciences, etc.), possess 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 areas relating to own work, and independently resolve specific, well-defined tasks in computer and information science areas, and continue studies in the second cycle. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Media communications engineer (first-cycle academic education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: demonstrate a critical attitude to various forms of the contemporary social functioning of media and an understanding of the social role of the media, think critically and demonstrate a critical attitude to various forms of communication, communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, assess and anticipate the social and cultural implications of the mass media and media content in the current configuration of the media market and on a global scale, analyse media content and the reception thereof by specific audiences, understand the functioning and operations of public and private media organisations, work effectively in a group and develop interpersonal skills,  appreciate the arts, and develop and stimulate own creativity, search for new sources of knowledge and apply methods for communicating within the profession and between professions with the aim of achieving productive solutions, effectively use contemporary communication, information and audiovisual technologies, and effectively use state-of-the-art computer equipment in creative work. (subject-specific competences) recognise and differentiate between various communication models, understand the main principles of global media systems, understand basic sociological concepts and recognise different methods for disseminating content and emphasising the stylistic correctness of expression, recognise the basics of the functioning, content and audiences of the mass media, and their historical, social and cultural perspective ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Professional bachelor's degree in information security (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate understanding of the functioning of the security system both historically and in a specific social situation, detect, analyse and address security problems both in organisations and in various communities, carry out action research and the basics of applied research in the field of security phenomena both in local communities and organisations and in an international context, apply theoretical findings from security studies to a specific working or living environment and synthesise security studies knowledge with other related disciplines, manage the communication process with the help of contemporary technologies and the use of the appropriate communication techniques between various factors in situations of interdependence to ensure security in both local and international environments, take part in project work, group work and R&D in the field of guaranteeing the complete information security of various technical and social systems. (subject-specific competences): demonstrate understanding of the functioning of the information security system both historically and in a specific social situation, detect, analyse and address information security problems both in organisations and in various communities, carry out action research and the basics of applied research in the field of information security phenomena both in local communities and organisations and in an international context, apply theoretical findings from IT and security studies to a sp ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Computer and information science engineer (first-cycle academic education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of factors in the computer profession, critically assess developments relating to computer and information sciences, develop communication skills, cooperate, and work in a group and in projects, autonomously search for and obtain professional knowledge and integrate it with existing knowledge, search for and interpret fresh information, and apply it in the context of the computer profession, autonomously work in a professional manner. describe a given situation by properly using mathematical and computer symbols and notations, explain own understanding of computer concepts and principles, resolve problems through the application of modern technologies, systematically analyse a given problem, apply an algorithmic approach to resolve a given problem to develop an algorithm, draw new logical conclusions, confidently face a given computer problem and search for solutions, and extrapolate a problem into larger problems and apply an engineering-based approach to combine partial solutions.  (subject-specific competences) describe a given situation by properly using mathematical and computer symbols and notations, explain own understanding of computer concepts and principles, resolve problems through the application of modern technologies, systematically analyse a given problem, apply an algorithmic approach to resolve a given problem to develop an algorithm, conclude new logical conclusions from given dat ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Information and communication technology engineer (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student masters: high-technology expertise for the planning, development and maintenance of information solutions and the management of communication technologies, organisational and business expertise and the effective use of technological solutions in practice, and personal skills of communication, management and team work. A student is qualified to: understand the basic processes of the development of information systems, project management, and mastery of information and enterprise information systems, effectively use the most state-of-the-art information and communication technologies, and tools for developing information solutions, work with others, communicate on a personal and business level, and manage projects, and effectively apply knowledge to complete specific business tasks and achieve project objectives in a real environment. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Computer and information science engineer (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) develops critical, analytical and synthetic thinking, defines, understands and creatively addresses professional challenges in computer and information science fields, shares knowledge, technical understanding and written expression in native language and one foreign language, searches for sources and critically assesses information, respects security, functional, economic and environmental protection principles, uses acquired knowledge to independently resolve technical and scientific problems relating to computer and information science, and enhances previous knowledge, and works in a professional group. (subject-specific competences) possesses basic theoretical and practical computer and information science knowledge and skills, understands and integrates computer and information science knowledge in other relevant technical and vocational fields (e.g. electrical engineering, medicine, etc.), possesses practical knowledge and skills in the application of computer and information technologies, independently performs less complex and complex developmental engineering tasks in more specific areas, and independently resolves specific, well-defined tasks in other areas relating to computer and information science, and is capable of continuing studies in the second cycle. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Information and communication technology engineer (first-cycle academic education) (no legal status)

    A student masters: high-technology expertise for the planning, development and maintenance of information solutions and the management of communication technologies, organisational and business expertise and the effective use of technological solutions in practice, and personal skills of communication, management and team work. A student is qualified to: understand the basic processes of the development of information systems, project management, and mastery of information and enterprise information systems, effectively use the most state-of-the-art information and communication technologies, and tools for developing information solutions, work with others, communicate on a personal and business level, and manage projects, and effectively apply knowledge to complete specific business tasks and achieve project objectives in a real environment. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Administrative information science engineering graduate (first-cycle academic education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) demonstrate critical, analytical and synthetic thinking, define, understand and creatively address professional challenges in public administration and information science fields, share knowledge, technical understanding and written expression in their native language and one foreign language, search for sources and critically assess information, use acquired knowledge to independently resolve technical and scientific problems relating to public administration and information science, and enhance previously acquired knowledge, work in a professional group. work in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector, work in the field of information science in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector, analyse, synthesise, evaluate and identify problems in the fields of public administration and information science in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector, resolve problems and make decisions regarding issues in the fields of public administration and information science in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector, make decisions in complex and unexpected situations, take initiative, and personal and professional responsibility, and anticipate new requirements and needs in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector. (subject-specific competences) understand and apply critical analysis methods and development theories, and apply them ...

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

    Students will be able to: (general competences) define, understand and creatively address problems in the broader multimedia field, think critically on the basis of analysis and synthesis, demonstrate knowledge of systems, undertake research and planning, show professional, environmental and social responsibility, engage in active technical communication in written and oral form, make optimal use of information and communication technologies and develop them, autonomously keep abreast of the latest achievements and acquire new knowledge, work in a team with experts from engineering and non-engineering fields. (subject-specific competences) demonstrate basic and specialised knowledge in the field of telecommunications and information systems, plan and implement multimedia systems, demonstrate understanding of the nature of human–machine interaction, demonstrate understanding of the basics of ICT and the social role of information literacy, demonstrate familiarity with the fundamental laws of the design and creation of multimedia content, demonstrate familiarity with the functioning of multimedia devices, acquire knowledge from complementary technical fields and the business sector and demonstrate that they understand it. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Computer and information technologies engineer (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) understand technical, technological and economic-entrepreneurial problems, be technically critical and responsible, and demonstrate initiative and independence in the performance of tasks received and in the organisation of development, entrepreneurial and service activities, understand methods, tools and techniques used in development and technological-manufacturing projects, search for information sources and possess the ability to combine previous knowledge with the findings from the profession, participate in the resolution of complex problems and situations, implement and coordinate specific solutions in sub-project activities, professionally and personally develop self-confidence for work with others to find and confirm technical decisions and in the implementation thereof, and demonstrate the ability to continue studies in the second cycle and participate in development-research work. (subject-specific competences) demonstrate broad knowledge of computer and information technologies, appropriate for continuing in several specific specialisations, such as computer engineering, software engineering or information technologies, demonstrate sound knowledge of methods and tools for designing and verifying computer and information technology products and manufacture, possess in-depth understanding of computer systems, their architectures, operating systems with databases, and computer network communication structures, demonstrate mastery of computer solutions, t ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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