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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Regarding general competencies, a graduate of the Introductory Direction of Business Administration will be able, as a professional, to:• Apply modern scientific and technological methods in the foundation, initial operation, financing and development of business in the private and public sector.• Apply modern scientific and technological methods and administrative practices in the organization and management of enterprises in the private and public sector, both in their operational, and in their financial and strategic levels.• Select and apply appropriate analysis methods of financial and information data to come up with appropriate indicators to improve products and the operation of enterprises in the private and public sector.• Apply the principles of scientific knowledge and technical training in the design and analysis of successful development policies to public or private organizations.• Apply modern management systems to achieve public or private business objectives.• Select and apply scientific and technological administrative methods and practices in the production, pricing, distribution and marketing of products.• Select and implement effective human resource management methods in public or private enterprises.• Configure Management Information Systems in all businesses.• Implement effective study of internal and external business environment leading to strategic and operational planning and control, as well as in the formulation of business plans.• Implement effectively collective and teamwork syst ...
Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Ionian Islands
A. KnowledgeUpon successful completion of the program students will be able to:Have proven knowledge and understanding (theoretical and practical) of business and organizations management and how they are managed.Have a critical ability to understand the importance of business management and complexity of the Greek and international competitive environment. They develop and implement research and learning skills in academic and organizational level and evaluate methods of solving organizational problems of both the private and public sector.Recognize and consider the ethical dimensions of enterprises and organizations and the importance of corporate social responsibility.Understand and evaluate the scope of financial and management accounting, finance, computing, integrated information systems and Marketing for business executives.Are able to use their knowledge and to approach entrepreneurship through critical and practical thinking, and to apply it at both national and international level.Understand the importance of innovation and try to apply it as a means of competitive advantage acquisition.Perceive and understand the information technology, the importance of supply chain management and information management systems.Obtain detailed and advanced knowledge, through critical thinking and ability, in the fields of Business Administration, Marketing, and Management Information Systems, depending on personal needs and choices of each student, as well as develop knowledge acquisition skills needed to continue t ...
Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace
Following the completion of studies, the learners of the Direction of Applied Informatics, are expected to:Knowledge: - Know and understand the fundamental mathematical concepts relevant to Computer Science. - Understand and apply a wide range of principles and tools required for software development, such as design methodologies, selection of suitable algorithms, programming languages, and man-machine interaction techniques. - Understand the principles of operation of computer systems, including the architecture, networks, and communications. - Expand the wider financial and managerial framework for Computer Science, including issues such as utilization in business, quality, reliability, security, legal and moral issues. - Understand and apply a scientific approach to the development and management of computer systems and applications. - Hold sufficient knowledge and competence for critical thinking in various fields of Computer Science and Technology, in order to identify research challenges and study issues of research nature. Skills:- Resolve problems related to the analysis, design, implementation, control, and maintenance of computer systems. - Locate and critically evaluate solutions in real problems that must be treated using calculative methods, while taking into consideration business and administrative limitations. - Search for, evaluate and compose information from different sources. - Relate professional, legal and moral issues, along with safety issues, with the development and use of computer ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia