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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. Academic Bachelor's degree in Japanese language and literature and … (no legal status)

    Students will be able to:  demonstrate intercultural awareness, go beyond a Eurocentric understanding of the world, respect difference in the broadest sense, be innovative in interpersonal relations, demonstrate proficiency in communication skills, demonstrate knowledge of the basic characteristics of Japanese culture and the structure of Japanese society, work in a Slovene-Japanese interlingual and intercultural environment, passively use around 6,000 of the commonest words (of which around 4,000 actively), passively use around 1,450 of the characters (of which around 1,000 actively) used to write these words, and demonstrate mastery of the main grammatical patterns of modern Japanese, use both syllabic forms of writing (hiragana and katakana), demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental principles of the use of Japanese in various social contexts at various levels of formality, demonstrate understanding of texts on general social and popular science topics, translate simple texts from Japanese into Slovene, undertake less complex interlingual mediation between Slovene and Japanese, use ICT in connection with Japanese: computer processing of texts, internet and electronic dictionaries. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Master's degree in translation (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) communicate orally and in writing, work as part of a team, independently acquire knowledge and expertise, pursue lifelong learning in a knowledge-based society, analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and consequences, develop own research approaches and a focus on problem-solving, use information and communication technologies, demonstrate mastery of research methods, procedures and processes,  demonstrate critical and self-critical judgement, demonstrate a capacity for ethical reflection and a commitment to professional ethics, work autonomously within the discipline, develop a critical intellect, (subject-specific competences) work in a multilingual and multicultural environment, respond appropriately in socially, culturally and ethnically diverse environments, demonstrate textual competences in Slovene and two foreign languages with regard to the specifics of textual and communicative conventions, demonstrate understanding of textual communication processes in society and analyse them, demonstrate understanding of the interdependence of texts and the civilisational, cultural and social context, demonstrate knowledge of and proficiency in translation strategies and techniques, provide a description and a theoretical analysis of translation processes, recognise the interconnectedness of empirical research and the theoretical premises of translation studies, identify fundamental texts and theoretical starting points in the history of theories of translation ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Master's degree in the field of comparative linguistics (no legal status)

    Graduates will have successfully developed their knowledge of the theoretical and methodological foundations of linguistics and broadened and deepened their knowledge in individual linguistics disciplines. They will be able to address scholarly problems through the application of scientific methods, develop insight into the phenomenon of language, and autonomously undertake theoretical and empirical research of linguistic phenomena and academic projects. They will also have developed substantive-methodological knowledge and competences for the original application of research procedures, strategies, methods and techniques, and for the comprehensive interpretation of linguistic phenomena. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Academic Bachelor's degree in French language and literature and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to:  acquire new knowledge, communicate (in writing and orally), demonstrate openness in communication and communicate in an intercultural context, give a public presentation,  collect data, analyse and synthesise, envisage solutions, apply acquired knowledge in practice, undertake critical evaluation, discuss and clarify, perform professional work autonomously, work in a team, coordinate professional work, work in an international environment,  use new technologies,  manage own professional development. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Master's degree in Italian language and literature and … (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: communicate orally and in writing at a higher level, independently acquire knowledge and expertise, pursue lifelong learning in a knowledge-based society, analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and consequences at a higher level, develop own research approaches and a focus on problem-solving, use information and communication technologies, demonstrate mastery of research methods, procedures and processes, demonstrate critical and self-critical judgement, demonstrate a capacity for ethical reflection and a commitment to professional ethics, work autonomously within the discipline, react in conflict situations, develop critical reflection. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Academic Bachelor's degree in English language and literature and … (no legal status)

    Students will be able to:  (general competences) think in a logical, abstract, analytical and synthetic way, participate in the resolution of technical issues, demonstrate familiarity with basic research methods and transfer them creatively from one field to another, integrate knowledge and skills acquired across the two disciplines and with other, different fields, transfer own knowledge to other problem areas (ability to transfer) and address them in an intradisciplinary manner, demonstrate flexibility when defining and addressing concrete issues as a result of knowledge of two specialist fields, demonstrate a more comprehensive approach to recording and addressing problems, use two different specialised discourses that enable clearer argumentation, communicate on the basis of understanding of two perspectives, in a manner that facilitates successful inclusion in teamwork, contextualise information from a double perspective, respond more easily and more competently to new challenges and adapt to them and/or modify them, demonstrate a commitment to professional ethics and develop reflection on ethics, including in the wider social context, collect bibliographic and other data from databases and other sources, use ICT to find, select, process and present information, participate in the assessment and quality assurance of own work, develop and participate in the development of effective interpersonal relations, constantly improve already acquired knowledge and show willingness to build on it, communicate orally ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Doctorate in the field of translation studies (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: perform highly complex analytical work independently, analyse social phenomena, advise on various trends in social events, development and management, synthesise knowledge in a specific field and apply it in the resolution of a specific problem, synthesise and contextualise analytical findings, independently carry out, coordinate, manage and organise research, use and further develop various research methods and techniques, demonstrate autonomy and self-initiative in research work, very broadly, critically and reflectively understand a selected environment, structures and functioning, norms, institutions, dynamics of development, plan, evaluate and develop view to the future, anticipate the development of events, differentiate between the essential and non-essential and search for more long-term solutions to fundamental problems, adequately communicate research achievements, express themselves in writing and make presentations and argue cases in public, express themselves verbally and give clear, active and well-argued presentations, lead a team and/or group, cooperate, show cooperativeness, respect the opinions of others and fulfil an agreed role within a team or group. break down, determine the sequence of and coordinate work tasks, and select methods and modes of work in accordance with the standards of the profession, master, manage and mediate conflicts, negotiate, argue and formulate negotiating positions, work flexibly in all social environments and in different cultural context ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Master's degree in the sociology of culture (no legal status)

    Students will be able to:  (general competences) undertake original work in the development and application of ideas, particularly in the research environment, address problems in new and unfamiliar environments, integrate knowledge and demonstrate proficiency in addressing complex issues and formulating assessments and opinions from incomplete data, transfer knowledge to a specialist and non-specialised audience, learn autonomously and show initiative in the acquisition of knowledge, communicate in an open manner and impart knowledge in multicultural environments, work in a team and take the initiative, prepare project work in an authoritative manner, demonstrate a capacity for complex technical communication in at least one world language, demonstrate broad general knowledge and excellent knowledge of academic fields, express themselves in more demanding technical and journalistic contexts, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate in-depth special knowledge in selected streams of sociology and familiarity with the latest theories and research methodologies, critically keep abreast of and discuss modern theoretical trends, put forward theoretical arguments in an authoritative and innovative manner and formulate guidelines for public discussions of current topics in contemporary Slovene and global society, use sociological methodology in a competent manner, demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Europe as a region and regional cultural histories, place European processes of cultural, economic, political and social ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Bachelor's degree in Russian language and literature and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: independently acquire knowledge and expertise, use information technology, work as part of a team, pursue lifelong learning, express themselves in a well-articulated manner in writing and speech in Russian and Slovene, in the context of general colloquial language, respond appropriately in a Russian-speaking social and cultural environment, identify differences and similarities between the Russian and Slovene cultural and social systems, identify and understand the special features of literary texts, acquire knowledge that facilitates intercultural dialogue, demonstrate familiarity with the historical, linguistic and cultural conditions that affect the hermeneutic difference of Russian literature for the Slovene reader. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Master's degree in classical studies and humanities (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: provide a comprehensive overview of Greco-Roman history and material and non-material culture, demonstrate understanding of the genres, periods, authors and texts of classical Latin and Greek literature in the broader cultural-historical context, demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of Byzantine literature and culture, humanistic and neo-Latin literature and the spiritual tradition of European humanism, integrate knowledge and skills from different fields of research of ancient and later Greek and Latin culture in an interdisciplinary manner, demonstrate knowledge of various theoretical approaches, models and methodologies and apply them in a considered manner, read the most complex literary, specialist and documentary texts in one of the two classical languages (Latin philology or Greek philology stream), autonomously translate the most complex literary, specialist and documentary texts in Latin/Greek (Latin philology or Greek philology stream), express themselves confidently in spoken and written modern Greek; translate orally into modern Greek and from modern Greek to Slovene (Greek philology stream, modern Greek module), demonstrate in-depth understanding of the synchronic and diachronic aspects of one of the two classical languages (Latin philology stream/Greek philology stream), its historical development and its social and stylistic levels, use primary sources, critical apparatuses, commentaries, secondary literature and technical manuals in a critical manner, use traditional and ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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