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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. Master of Aeronautical Engineering

    A person who has acquired a master's degree in aeronautical engineering should: - be able to apply practically acquired knowledge in aviation mechanical engineering, independently perform research, critically evaluate and apply theoretical and practical aviation innovations, effectively communicate with colleagues working in parallel fields, perform lifelong learning independently. - have knowledge about basics of research methods, theory of elasticity, the finite element method, aircraft technical diagnostics, and aviation computer design systems. - be able to work responsibly, diligently, independently and quickly, organize his/her work, effectively communicate with colleagues and clients. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  2. Master of Biotechnology

    Biotechnologijų magistro kvalifikacinis laipsnis reikalingas norint dirbti biotechnologijos, biofarmacijos, biochemijos, cheminės technologijos, maisto pramonės mokslo ir technologijų srityse. Asmuo, įgijęs biotechnologijų magistro kvalifikacinį laipsnį, turi - turėti studijų kryties dalykų teorinius pagrindus ir praktinius įgūdžius, - gebėti savarankiškai, kruopščiai planuoti eksperimentus ir atsakingai dirbti laboratorijose, - mokėti apibendrinti, vertinti mokslinę informaciją ir eksperimentinius duomenis, argumentuotai, aiškiai ir teisingai perteikti informaciją žodžiu ir raštu. Biotechnologijų magistro kvalifikacinis laipsnis įgyjamas studijuojant magistrantūros studijų programą Nanobiotechnologija Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitete. Nanobiotechnologijos studijų programa skirta asmenims, turintiems bioinžinerijos, biochemijos, biotechnologijos, molekulinės biologijos, chemijos inžinerijos bakalauro kvalifikacinį laipsnį. Neformaliuoju ar savaiminiu būdu išugdyti gebėjimai dirbti biotechnologijų magistru nėra pripažįstami. Biotechnologijų magistro kvalifikacinį laipsnį turintys asmenys gali dirbti įvairiose su biologiniais objektais susijusiose mokslo ir gamybos institucijose technologijos srityse. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  3. Master of Chemistry

    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 ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  4. Master of Electronic Information System Engineering

    Access to professional activity: The graduate can perform research, programming, designing and other engineering or managerial work in the area of information systems at companies and educational or research institutions. Access to further study: The graduate has access to the third cycle studies. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  5. Master of Informatics

    A person who acquires the degree of Master of Informatics must: - be able to create information models; independently generate ideas; raise hypotheses; analyse, investigate, and apply hypotheses; prepare reports and articles; perform research; work creatively; and efficiently interact with colleagues - know the latest achievements in informatics science and the disciplines of data research and systems engineering - be able to work responsibly, diligently, and independently; think scientifically; organise his/her work; and efficiently interact with colleagues. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  6. Master of Law

    A person who has acquired the qualification of master of law should: Be able to implement laws and post-law acts in the public service and legal practice by ensuring ethical values, respect to a person and the state, justice, objectiveness, publicity and responsibility; prepare and implement various projects on legal reforms in the sphere of labour and social welfare.Know international and EU legal acts regulating the social sphere.Be able to assume responsibility and work carefully, independently and qualitatively; organize his/her own work. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  7. Master of Linguistics

    The graduate should be able to critically assess the processes of linguistic development and the ideas proposed by different linguistic schools, identify problems, formulate hypotheses, apply the research methods in humanities and carry out an individual research project. He/She should also be able to organise his/her work, learn individually and in a team, express his/her ideas clearly and coherently; develop critical reasoning and understand the importance of life-long learning and creativity development. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  8. Master of Management

    A person who has acquired a master’s degree in management and business administration should: Be able to apply specific theoretical and practical knowledge, demonstrate critical understanding of problems occurring in the sphere of business management and at the collision of different spheres, and foresee problems and make decisions based on incomplete and limited information.Know the theory and history of management, the innovations in this sphere, and methods and strategies of solving problems.Be able to work responsibly and independently, organize his/her work, and effectively communicate with colleagues and clients. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  9. Master of Psychology

    A person who has acquired a master’s degree in psychology should: Be able to organize and perform psychological studies; identify and evaluate the peculiarities of biological, cognitive and psychosocial development; understand the functions of a personality, developmental processes and regularities in a person’s behaviour.Know processes described by modern theories of psychology, advanced knowledge of developmental psychology and principles of organizing various studies.Be able to communicate with colleagues and students in order to solve scientific problems of research. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  10. Master of Software Engineering

    Access to professional activity: The graduate can do research, design and programming, managerial or other engineering work in enterprises, governmental institutions and educational establishments. Access to further study: The graduate has access to the third cycle studies. ...

    Awarding bodyKaunas University of Technology

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania

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