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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Knowledge: Following the completion of the doctorate studies, the doctors are expected to:- have increased specialized knowledge on the various cognitive domains of the Science of Applied Informatics, which contains sufficient data from the latest scientific developments and comprises the basis for original thinking, research and professional activity. - show critical understanding of the principles, theories, methodologies and practices for a specific field of the cognitive domain of Applied Informatics, along with its interconnection with other cognitive fields, such as Economics and Management. - have increased critical perception of the evolutionary dynamic and of the cutting-edge issues of the specific cognitive field that served as the subject of their doctorate.Skills: Following the completion of the doctorate studies, the doctors are expected to:- apply with ease the theories and methodologies of the specialized subject of their doctorate in a critical and creative way on 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 of Informatics. - are capable of assessing, interpreting and promoting modern scientific research and studies related to the specialized field of their doctorate; - provide inductively-reasoned solutions, with scientific documentation, to complex and new issues of the specialized field of th ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia
Upon acquiring the Doctorate, the holder acquires the necessary scientific and technological knowledge, competences, and skills for basic and applied research in Geography. The doctors of the Department are capable of contributing to the advancement of scientific knowledge and research in Geography, either through the creation of new knowledge, or through the exercise of autonomous critical thinking, or, finally, through the combination of the above, and actively participate in the international scientific community. ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean
Upon acquiring the Master's Degree, the holder acquires the necessary scientific and technological knowledge, competences, and skills on Geography and Applied Geoinformatics. Specifically, in direction A: "Applied Geoinformatics in Anthropogeography and Spatial Design", postgraduate students acquire the following competences: - think of space and under anthropogeographical terms, and develop deep knowledge and understanding regarding basic and advanced anthropogeographic concepts and design concepts for space;- apply methods of geoinformatics to investigate anthropogeographic subjects / phenomena and procedures; - register anthropogeographic phenomena in maps, analyse them and draw conclusions; - communicate the results of their research using combinations of the methods (e.g. written, orally, through graphics and maps), depending on the anthropogeographic subject, the purpose and the audience addressed; - correlate and combine concepts and theories with the empirical act, by putting emphasis on geoinformatics applications; - acquire experience by using methods and procedures of geoinformatics, useful in the labour market and for future employment; - become capable, critical, and creative users of the anthropogeographical research methods, in order to become informed, responsible, and active citizens, and contribute to the development of an environmentally and financially sustainable socially just world. In direction B: "Applied Geoinformatics in the Management of the Natural Environment and Risks", postgradua ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean