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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The graduates: KNOWLEDGE- have increased specialized knowledge in a specific field of the cognitive domain of Archaeology / Linguistics / International Relations in relation to the previous level (level 7) that includes sufficient data from cutting-edge scientific developments and serves as the basis for original thinking, and research and professional activities; - demonstrate critical understanding of the principles, theories, methodologies and practices of their Science and of the interlinking to other cognitive domains;- have increased critical perception of the evolutionary dynamic and of the cutting-edge issues of the specific cognitive domain of their Science that served as the subject of their doctorate.SKILLS- apply with ease the theories and methodologies of the specialized subject of their doctorate in a critical and creative way to their own research, studies, and work; - apply with originality any specialized knowledge obtained through their doctorate to research, to analysis and to the development of innovative solutions for complex, interdisciplinary or pioneering issues concerning their Science; - are capable of assessing, interpreting and promoting modern scientific research and studies related to the specialized field of their doctorate; - provide deductively and scientifically documented solutions to complex and new issues of the specialized field of their doctorate and formulate valid judgments after considering all aspects; - document their positions using specialized information and argu ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean
Knowledge: The doctoral dissertation in the Department leads to the acquisition of high level knowledge for a specific scientific domain the sciences of social anthropology and history, as well as the development of skills for the application of scientific methodology and the conduct of original research. The Doctoral Diploma programme includes the procedures for the selection of the candidate doctors, the preparation of a research proposal, and the final conduct of the doctorate dissertation on social anthropology and history. The candidate doctor conducts autonomous research under the supervision of a member of the Department's faculty and the supervision of other two members of the faculty. In order to award the Doctorate diploma, it is necessary to submit and successfully defend its preparation before a seven-member examination board. The time for the conduct of the doctoral dissertation is provided in the bylaws of the institution. Skills: The Doctorate in Social Anthropology and History advances skills with regard to research in the interdisciplinary fields negotiated by the Department in the fields of cultural anthropology, gender and kinship anthropology, education anthropology, medical anthropology, Greek ethnography, music anthropology, ethnography of other cultural areas, social history and cultural history of Modern and Current Greece, the history of medieval and early modern era, the history of the Ottoman Empire, the history of Greek antiquity, etc. Each year, following a decision by the Ge ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean
The graduates of the PhD in Education Sciences shall be able to: 1. Specify, interpret, and apply qualitative methods of analysis in educational research, while critically discussing and analysing modern / current issues concerning the qualitative and quantitative approaches to educational research. 2. Specify, interpret and apply statistical methods for analysis, along with modern methods for statistical analysis used in educational research. 3. Interpret and evaluate published research work from the field of education and from the field of their subjects of concern. 4. Identify, explain, and analyse the concepts and methods of modern research in education. 5. Plan research proposals through the application of various parameters for the research methodology in education and in the cognitive fields managed. 6. Evaluate and examine research proposals in every level. 7. Organise and conduct personal and independent research. 8. Produce and write dissertations at the highest level within the context of their cognitive subject. 9. Defend their doctoral dissertation with sufficiency and academic accuracy and quality. 10. Engage with teaching, publications and other research activities, at higher educational institute level. 11. Evaluate educational work and provide feedback through the already published literature. ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of Western Macedonia