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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. Specialisation following an academic higher education programme (Specialist in corporate law) (no legal status)

    Students will have developed, supplemented, enhanced and updated their legal knowledge in a narrow field of law and trained to undertake applied, autonomous, professionally critical and responsible work in the legal profession. They will have developed special knowledge of corporate law topics, consolidated and enhanced their awareness of the importance of law as an instrument for regulating social relationships, developed their rhetorical skills, consolidated and refined their feeling for the correct comprehension and interpretation of legal norms and for fairness and professional ethics. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Public administration graduate (un) (no legal status)

    Students will be able to:  (general competences) demonstrate familiarity with the fundamental knowledge of law and the state, supplemented by knowledge of fields placed in the framework of administrative law and administrative science, demonstrate familiarity with the basics of law, the system of government, human rights law, substantive administrative law, procedural administrative law, the legal system of the public administration, legal system of public services, civil servant law, tax law, minor offence law and judicial and constitutional court protection against acts of the administration, (subject-specific competences) possess fundamental knowledge of the essence of law, administrative law, the state and local government and human rights law, possess other knowledge in the field of administrative law sciences for performing the occupation as stated above, or for continuing studies on the postgraduate level, apply theoretical concepts and models in practical (everyday) life.  ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Professional Bachelor's degree in law and infrastructure and immovable property management (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) be innovative and creative, analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and consequences, master research methods, procedures and processes, develop critical and self-critical assessment, apply acquired knowledge in practice, work independently, work as part of a team, develop communication skills and abilities with an emphasis on the fields of law and infrastructure and immovable property management, demonstrate a capacity for ethical reflection and a commitment to professional ethics, show cooperativeness and work in a team, acquire knowledge and apply legal theory and other interdisciplinary knowledge in specific decision-making situations frequently faced by immovable property managers, integrate various professional disciplines with the aim of attaining objectives related to law and immovable property management, demonstrate understanding of the importance of a national multicultural image in the world and in Europe and handle cultural differences and national immovable property dilemmas, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate familiarity with and understanding of the history of the development of legal disciplines and other disciplines from the interdisciplinary field of immovable property management, integrate knowledge from various interdisciplinary fields, place new information and interpretations in the context of development of the profession in the fields of law and infrastructure and immovable property management, develop skills and expertise in ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Pre-Bologna research master's degree in the field of tax law (no legal status)

    Graduates will be capable of mastering specific problems in the field of material and procedural tax law. They will demonstrate mastery of Slovenia's tax system, with the taxation of legal and natural persons and the taxation of consumption in the foreground. In the field of public spending, graduates will be familiar with budget law and governmental audits. They will also have mastered knowledge in the field of tax accounting, company organisation from the point of view of tax law, tax law aspects of securities trading, and customs law. Graduates will also be capable of direct participation in international fiscal relationships, creative cooperation in the incorporation of Slovenia and Slovenia's tax system into international fiscal relationships, and addressing the most complex tax issues, both in the national context and the wider context, particularly in other European countries. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Pre-Bologna research master's degree in the field of labour law and social security law (no legal status)

    Graduates will be capable of mastering specific problems in the regulation of labour relationships and the guaranteeing of social security for employees in organised enterprise, the management of economic operators with an emphasis on the regulation of working with people at work and legal assistance in the field of labour law and social relationships in enterprise crisis situations. They will also demonstrate mastery of legal arrangements regarding collective labour relationships and the recognition of social partnership, with a focus on specific relationships, in particular the concluding of collective agreements at the enterprise level and participation in social partnership outside their own forms of organisation. Graduates will so be familiar with issues relating to the foundations of the social security system, the principles of social security and the type and scope of social security at all levels. The knowledge they will have mastered includes the field of "specific aspects of the regulation of labour and social relationships outside the business enterprise sector." Graduates will also be capable of working effectively with other experts in the fields of economic law, economics, organisation and internal financial operations. They will also be capable of direct participation in internationally organised economic operators and creative cooperation in the incorporation of Slovenia and Slovenia's economic system into international economic associations, in particular the European Union. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Pre-Bologna research master's degree in the field of international law (no legal status)

    Graduates will have mastered knowledge in the following fields of international law: prohibition of discrimination and human rights in all fields of relationships in a given society and, in particular, international procedures (in particular before the European Court of Human Rights) for the protection of human rights, in the field of the protection of ethnic, linguistic and other minorities in the context of European ius proprium (material law and international procedures for supervision of the implementation of international standards) and related issues of self-decision, in the field of international economic relations, in particular external trading relations of the EU and neighbour policy aw and EU law, in the field of the status of the individual within the EU legal system, in particular EU citizenship, the prohibition of discrimination and human rights in the context of EU law, in the field of international criminal law with an emphasis on armed conflicts, war crimes and crimes against fundamental human rights (material law, international court proceedings, etc.) and in the field of present-day migration and refugee issues with an emphasis on Europe. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Pre-Bologna research master's degree in the field of EU economic law (no legal status)

    Graduates will have mastered knowledge of individual chapters of the institutional and economic law of the EU, with an emphasis on knowledge and understanding of EU legislation and the case law of the European Court of Justice, which represent the foundations of the activities of economic operators in the EU market. They will demonstrate mastery of the general legal rules of the EU and be able to address specific problems in the field of regulating contractual and other economic relationships with an EU element such as establishing an enterprise or branch in other EU Member States. They will also be capable of mastering the rules of competition, the free circulation of goods and capital in the EU internal market and rules regarding public contracts, intellectual property rights, and the monetary and tax system. Graduates will also be familiar with the broader legal and political idea of EU citizenship and the rights of workers and service providers within the internal market of the EU. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Pre-Bologna research master's degree in the field of economic law (no legal status)

    Graduates will have mastered knowledge of individual legal disciplines in the field of economic law with an emphasis on the globalisation of economic law issues and their integration with knowledge from the fields of economics, organisation and finance. They will be able to master specific problems in the field of organisation of enterprise, management of economic operators and the provision of legal assistance in enterprise crisis situations. They will also have mastered the legal regulation of the market and the action of economic operators in the market, where specific contractual relationships, in particular the protection of competition and the protection of consumers, are in the foreground. In the field of financial flows, they will be familiar with issues regarding the operation of banks, insurance companies and other financial organisations and, in particular, with securities operations. The knowledge they have mastered will include the field of tax regulations in the business enterprise sector. As well as the above legal fields, they will be capable of working effectively with other experts in the fields of economics, organisation and internal financial operations. Graduates will also be capable of direct participation in international business relationships and creative cooperation in the incorporation of Slovenia and Slovenia's economic system into international economic associations, in particular the European economic community. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Personal data protection expert (no legal status)

    Candidates are able to: substantiate the role of a person authorised for personal data protection in an organisation; explain the notions, concepts and principles relating to personal data protection; plan suitable measures to protect personal data collections; draft the legal documents required for an organisation’s compliance with regulations governing personal data protection (particularly internal acts, contracts and assent forms); explain the idea of cloud services, recognise the risks related with such services and adopt suitable measures to mitigate the risks; explain the concept of privacy by design and use it in various methods of personal data processing; keep a record of personal data processing activities and identify various risks in individual types/methods of processing; identify cases of processing that require a privacy impact assessment and produce a simple privacy impact assessment; run procedures and make decisions on the rights of individuals pursuant to the regulations governing personal data protection (regarding familiarisation with own personal data, the right to personal data portability, right to be forgotten, right to rectification, right to object); carry out internal control procedures regarding the compliance of personal data processing with regulations governing personal data protection; cooperate with a supervisory body dealing with personal data protection pursuant to the regulations governing personal dataprotection; explain the system of accountability of a personal data mana ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Master’s degree in public administration (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate thorough and comparative knowledge of the basic developmental orientations of administration, conceptual, political and social issues and open questions in the area of public administration, monitor and participate actively in drawing up and implementing public sector reform projects, specifically in the context in which all European countries are faced with fundamental conceptual changes in the area of reform of the social state, technological changes and European integration and the associated management of change, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate familiarity with the history, development and cultural background of host countries involved in the implementation of the IMPACT programme (Netherlands, Hungary, Slovenia), demonstrate familiarity with and understanding of the theory of transition and change and reform in the area of public administration in different circumstances, especially in western and central European countries, demonstrate understanding of the modern developmental challenges for governments and administrations and the challenges of governing at different administrative levels – national, regional and local, understand, analyse and synthesise globalisation and its impacts on the policies of individual countries and of lower administrative levels, understand political and administrative relations and their effect in terms of institutional changes in the public sector, demonstrate familiarity with and understanding of the con ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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