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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 in International and European Law

    General learning outcomes 1/ Provide students with a solid foundation in the knowledge of the substantive rules and principles of both international and European law 2/ Offer a specialised legal education and training 3/ Inject multidisciplinary talent into the legal profession 4/ Ensure that students further their studies in the legal discipline 5/ Offer students the opportunity to study international and European law 6/ Expose students to a wide spectrum of disciplinary approaches to legal study 7/ Learn in English Learning outcomes at cognitive level 1/ Acquire knowledge of terminology and concepts of international and European law 2/ Gain an understanding of the international system and the European integration process 3/ Develop a working knowledge of international law-making 4/ Become familiar with the European institutions and the decision-making processes Learning outcomes at skills level 1/ Independently analyse the interplay between international and European law 2/ Transpose an analysis of rules and events into a scientifically sound and feasible research project 3/ Use appropriate research methods and tools in the framework of independent research projects 4/ Gain knowledge of and practice with electronic information sources on international and European law 5/ Effectively communicate the acquired knowledge and the outcome of research projects 6/ Collaborate with others in group work 7/ Develop intercultural communication skills 8/ Further develop English language skills, both written and oral Learn ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Belgium, Flemish Community
  2. Bachelor of Laws in de rechten

    1. Basiskennis hebben van en inzicht hebben in de grondslagen, de beginselen, de terminologie en structuren van het Belgische, Europese en internationale recht. 2. Basiskennis hebben van en inzicht hebben in historische, filosofische, sociale, economische en politieke factoren die het recht beïnvloeden en vorm geven in de samenleving. 3. Kritisch reflecteren over het recht en over de relatie tussen het recht en de samenleving. 4. Bewust zijn van het dynamische karakter van het recht. 5. Basiskennis hebben van concepten van bepaalde andere rechtssystemen. 6. De bronnen van het recht kennen, vinden, interpreteren en op een academisch- wetenschappelijk verantwoorde wijze aanwenden. 7. Basismethoden van juridisch onderzoek kennen en beheersen. 8. Zelfstandig feiten kwalificeren en de relevante rechtsregels toepassen. 9. Een logische en correcte juridische argumentatie opbouwen, begrijpelijk verwoorden en verdedigen. 10. Een analyse en synthese van casussen en juridische vraagstukken op academisch- wetenschappelijk verantwoorde wijze helder en gevat presenteren en rapporteren, zowel schriftelijk als mondeling, aan vakgenoten en niet- vakgenoten. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Belgium, Flemish Community