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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Qualifications that are part of national qualifications framework are listed on this page. You can scroll down to find all information. Filter by Subject Field, EQF level and Location and you will find more detailed information on qualifications, and a link to the national database. The qualifications are part of national qualifications frameworks that have formally referenced to the EQF
Functional competences: graduates will be able to: use laboratory equipment and maintain it; conduct synthesis/analysis with chemical compound; investigate chemical and physical properties of an object conduct research and experiments; perform measurements and calculations; record the measurements taken; interpret the laboratory research data; assess the laboratory research data; to be able to deal with chemicals safety. Cognitive competences: have expertise in principles of chemistry and its laws; use chemistry terminology, nomenclature and measurement units appropriately; apply knowledge about structural methods of material research; show expertise on essential facts, concepts, principles and theories; select and apply the methodology of the subject; apply the knowledge and experience obtained in solving practical (chemistry) problems; be familiar with the principles of chemical analysis; apply calculation and data input skills; be familiar with the technique and methodology of a chemical experiment; apply knowledge on labour safety; know the basics of other necessary subjects. General competences: graduates will be able to: apply the knowledge gained in practice; plan work; organizational skills; communicate in written and orally in native language; communicate in foreign languages; think systematically, analytically, and critically; expand professional competences; function in information centre; adjust to new situations; solve problems; take decisions; work in a team; work independently, be responsible; ac ...
A person who has acquired the qualification of master of biology should: Be able to organize and perform experiments of biological research, disclose biological features of an investigated subject, use different theoretical and experimental methods of investigation, partake in the flow of knowledge and information using advanced methods of investigation and information technologies and summarize and announce investigation results.Know processes described by modern theories of biology sciences, biological phenomena and different principles of organizing research.Be able to communicate with colleagues and trainees/students in solving scientific problems of research; work under market conditions. ...