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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. Bachelor's degree in social informatics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: - plan, implement, coordinate and organise research and use various research methods and techniques, - demonstrate critical and reflective understanding of social contexts that are inseparably linked to information and communication technologies, and understanding of associated norms, institutions and dynamics of development, - plan, evaluate and look to the future, - anticipate and predict the development of events, - find solutions to basic problems, - express themselves in writing, make a public presentation and argue a point of view, - work and cooperate with others, - take into account the opinions of others and fulfil agreed roles within a group, - analyse and coordinate work tasks and select appropriate methods and modes of work, - work flexibly in various social and institutional environments and different cultural contexts, including international cooperation, in an interdisciplinary setting, - carry out complex IT-based and mathematical/statistical procedures in the analysis, planning and evaluation of information systems in various social contexts, - demonstrate knowledge of foreign languages. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Diploma in economics (un) (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate understanding of the global economic environment and the functioning of modern society, use specialised terminology from the economics field, apply knowledge of economic theory and analysis in practice in wider social contexts, gather and interpret data on phenomena in modern society, demonstrate familiarity with and proficiency in the use of the basics of research methods in order to study the consequences that economic phenomena have on modern society, offer solutions or responses to developments in modern society, demonstrate understanding of the wider ethical and moral framework of the economic and social environment and successfully offer responses to challenges or questions through cooperation and teamwork that remains within the context of economic and business ethics, take responsibility for their own work or the work of groups in which they participate or which they lead, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate understanding of the development of economic science and its role as a motor of modern society, demonstrate understanding of the development of economic science and its role and characteristics in global conditions, demonstrate understanding of the functioning and consequences of the principles of economic policies, gather and interpret data on the economic environment in modern society, offer economic solutions to the problems of modern society, address technical problems by applying the methods of economic analysis, demonstrate su ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Bachelor of Communication (academic) (no legal status)

    Kandidat/kandidatka je zmožen/zmožna: General competences The graduates will acquire general competences that will include, inter alia: oral and written communication in the mother tongue, the understanding of diversity and multiculturalism, the knowledge of the study field, the ability to perform analysis and synthesis, the ability to use knowledge in practice, the ability to form new ideas (creativity), the ability to adapt to new situations, the ability to learn, the ability to be critical and self-critical, decision-making, basic computer skills (word processors, databases, other tools), interpersonal skills, knowledge of a second language, the ability to cooperate in a multidisciplinary group, research skills.   Subject-specific competences Basic knowledge is complemented by specific (interdisciplinary) knowledge, namely: related to special research problem areas (e.g. communication technology, communication organisations, visual culture, models and methods for media audience research, etc.), related to special disciplines (e.g. psychology of communication, political economy of communication or economics of communication organisations, sociology of popular culture and media, etc.). The key subject-specific competences are: The understanding and defining of key intellectual traditions from within the field of media and communication studies; The understanding of the key concepts that shape contemporary debate about media and communication; The understanding of how the key debates within communication studie ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia