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  1. Bachelor of Humanities in Philosophy (LU)

    Ability of clearly formulated, systematic and critical thinking; - Skills to analyze social structures of society and cultural development in the regional and global context; - Knowledge of the history of philosophy and trends of the contemporary philosophy; - Understanding of the main classical, modern and contemporary philosophical texts; - Acquirement of the research methodology in the course of working out of the Bachelor thesis (10 credit points) that corresponds to the requirements of scientific publications. ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  2. Bachelor of Humanities in Theology and Religion Science (LU)

    The goal of the Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies Programme is to enable students to acquire the basic knowledge and key methodological skills and competencies in theology and religious studies. The following objectives have been set forth for the programme to achieve this goal: - to guide students in the study process, so that they would be able to master and demonstrate basic knowledge and its critical understanding in theology and religious studies, specifically in Biblical studies, systematic theology, practical theology, religious education and spiritual care, study of world religions, sociology and anthropology of religion; - to support students in undergraduate studies, developing in students the following skills: - to perform independent research in the relevant scientific sub-discipline, analyse challenging issues related to the relevant field, handle broad range of academic literature in a scholarly and critical manner, as well as systematically present and reasonably argue for their scientific proposals. As a result of implementation of the programme, specialists in theology and religious studies with a Bachelor’s degree are prepared, who are capable of demonstrating basic knowledge of the latest theories and conceptions in the field of theology and religious studies and the main methodological skills thereof, and who are able to independently gather, critically assess and use the relevant information sources. The Bachelor of Theology and Religious Studies Programme is a first-level highe ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  3. Bachelor of Linguistics

    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. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  4. Bachelor of Philosophy

    A person who acquires the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy must: - be able to think logically and critically; clearly express his/her opinion by formulating and examining philosophical problems; interpret texts; individually deepen his/her knowledge; analyse and assess scientific, cultural, and social phenomenon; and publicly express and reason his/her opinion - know the key disciplines of humanities and social sciences, ethics, and political philosophy - be able to work responsibly and diligently and think scientifically. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  5. Bachelor of Regional Cultural Studies

    Access to professional activity: Programme learning outcomes ensure that graduates from the Cultures of the Baltic Region programme will be able to work in various scientific, cultural and education, tourism institutions of the Baltic region, related with heritage, culture preservation and dissemination of natural tradition, corresponding units of ministries or regional administrations, cultural non-governmental Baltic region organisations and European institutions and agencies; they will be able to consult international institutions organising tourism and recreation business, work in the Baltic region culture and tourism, recreation international programmes, public sector institutions, business enterprises, non-governmental organisation culture and tourism sectors, implement intercultural communication, integration, tangible and intangible heritage projects. Access to further study: Graduates will be able to continue studies in the second cycle programmes in Social Sciences and Humanities in Lithuania and abroad. ...

    Awarding bodyVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Lithuania
  6. Bachelor's Degree in Conservation of Cultural Heritage. Specialisation Conservation of Cultural Heritage. Department of Environmental Technology. Faculty of Technological Applications. Technological Educational Institute of Ionian Islands.

    Knowledge:- Have a coherent and comprehensive body of knowledge on the preventive and interventional methods and practices in the field of conservation, while their knowledge of archaeology, art history, chemistry etc. enables them to deepen in the understanding of the object to maintain.- Have a perception of new technologies in the conservation of historic and contemporary works of art.- Possess analytical and advanced knowledge of cultural heritage conservation methods, having the ability to understand not only the theory, but also the conservation methodologies of historic and contemporary works of art.Skills:- Analyse and adapt the knowledge acquired in physicochemical analyses to be able to intervene on historic and contemporary works of art and to conserve them.- Correctly apply the appropriate conservation tools and modern equipment in order to carry out preventive, but also interventional works on historic and contemporary works of art.- Resolve complex problems relating to serious object damage or mixed material objects in order to propose innovative solutions for conservation-cultural heritage preservation.- Using scientific sources have the ability to analyse the style, construction materials, and chronology finding works of art.- Cooperate with other disciplines in order to correctly and safely implement promotion, exhibition and transportation of works of art.Competencies:- Are able to assume responsibility for the conservation of specific objects in a protected conservation laboratory, but also i ...

    Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Ionian Islands

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  7. Bachelor's degree in history (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences)  acquire specialised knowledge on the basis of the study of existing theoretical models, functionally apply scientific methods, functionally apply the specific working methods of the historian in practice, think creatively and critically and integrate facts and rules into new combinations of knowledge, transfer theoretical knowledge into practice, communicate within the discipline and across disciplines, work individually and as part of a team, apply knowledge in practice,  (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge and understanding of history as a discipline, demonstrate knowledge of and proficiency in research methodology in historiography, demonstrate knowledge of the position of historiography within history as a discipline, develop communication skills for successful public speaking/presentations, demonstrate knowledge of modern theoretical and methodological research approaches in historiography and their application, link Slovene and world historiography in a comparative manner, plan, conduct, evaluate and present own research using modern audio-visual equipment, respond to current cultural-historical challenges of the modern age. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Bachelor's degree in history (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences)  undertake interdisciplinary work, critically verify information and phenomena in local, international and global political, social, economic, historical and cultural contexts, produce an autonomous written text (essay, newspaper article, specialist or general-interest article, report, paper, etc.) and prepare technical argumentation, demonstrate an overview of basic topics in the humanities, demonstrate active knowledge of foreign languages, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge of the key turning points in the history of the world, of Europe and of Slovenia (or Slovene ethnic territory), with a particular emphasis on the Mediterranean, autonomously use material and historical sources for professional work and ICT and systems in the fields of history, archaeology, ethnology, history of art, history and heritage protection, autonomously use historical sources for applied work in the field of historiography (practical work in archives, libraries, editions of internet sources, etc.), critically assess a historical source or historical event and on this basis produce an autonomous written text (article, report, paper etc.), demonstrate mastery of the basic philosophy, dilemmas and perspectives of the discipline, and of methods of historical research and interpretation,  demonstrate familiarity with disciplines and fields of study related to history and use them in an interdisciplinary context, address technical and practical issues in various fields of ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Bachelor's degree in history (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences)  apply basic knowledge in concrete professional situations, critically analyse a problem and anticipate solutions by transferring own experiences and those of others or by synthesising solutions with regard to special conditions, critically assess new cognitive tools and determine their suitability for transfer to the Slovene environment, rapidly adapt cultural-historical and historical knowledge to the needs of the discipline and society,  identify cultural-historical and general social problems and address them with the help of procedures and processes and via critical and self-critical evaluation,  react quickly to problems that appear in society as a result of unresolved issues from the past, and in this way contribute actively to tolerance and competitiveness in the border region, communicate in such a way as to participate actively in addressing problems that occur within local and regional communities which also have a significant impact on national and international relations, demonstrate autonomy in professional work, demonstrate a capacity for ethical reflection and a commitment to professional ethics, cooperate with others and participate in brainstorming (collecting and confronting ideas), participate actively in international professional environments, (subject-specific competences) participate in resolving conceptual and practical questions relating to the protection of cultural heritage, in tourism and organisation and in the public administration, ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Bachelor's degree in history (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: demonstrate knowledge of the structure of historical science, demonstrate knowledge of the specific methods of historical research, demonstrate understanding of various theoretical views of historical science and the epistemological and ontological range of its findings, demonstrate understanding of the connection of historical science with its ancillary disciplines and other fields of the humanities and social sciences, give a fact-based overview of history from the earliest periods to the present, demonstrate thorough knowledge of selected historical periods and content, demonstrate understanding of events, processes and structures and of changes and constants in their concurrent political, social and mental contexts (and/or awareness of changing concepts of individuals and single communities and the ability to interpret these within their specific contexts), demonstrate historical empathy, i.e. identification with figures from historical events, demonstrate a critical attitude towards historical sources and historiographical literature, read, understand and interpret historical sources and scholarly literature in the fields of the humanities and social sciences. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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