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
Access to professional activity: The graduate can work in various industrial, governmental, non-governmental, education and culture, health, voluntary organisations and bodies, where good knowledge of English, skills of professional work with a variety of genres and styles of oral or written text, and specific education in language of new media are required, as well as seek a career and work in communications, public relations, publishing, e. publishing, e. business, e. marketing, advertising, media design, translation, marketing and project work areas. Access to further study: The graduate has access to the second cycle studies. ...
An English language professional needs to be able to: - be proficient in both English and the state language when communicating orally and in writing; - translate from the state language into English and from the state language into English; - interpret and act as an intermediary; - manage business communication and information. An English language professional needs to know: - the norms and peculiarities of both the state language and English; - how English is used in everyday communication, business, business press, etc.; - the social, economic and cultural contexts of the development of English. An English language professional also needs to be able to: - communicate and cooperate; - develop a sense of professional responsibility; - think analytically, critically and creatively; - work independently and manage time. ...