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  1. Academic Bachelor's degree in interlingual studies – Hungarian and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) undertake autonomous learning and study, think analytically and synthetically, which is important for comprehension of written and oral specialist texts in the other language/the foreign language, demonstrate mastery of the research methods of interlingual studies and translation studies, combine the methodology of intercultural studies and translation studies with the methodology of another field in order to obtain new research results. critically evaluate own and others' research achievements in Hungarian and Slovene language, Hungarian literature and the intercultural components on which both are based, develop communication skills for tolerant and appropriate specialised discourse in Hungarian, participate constructively in teamwork and participate in work involving different teams, develop the principle of autonomy and interconnection in own professional work, apply knowledge in practice, for example presentations or business correspondence in Hungarian, work with the technical equipment of a modern workplace, such as electronic translation tools and information systems, (subject-specific competences) publicly engage in promoting a culture of writing and reading in Slovene, demonstrate knowledge of characteristics in the field of the history, culture, media, education and economy of countries where Hungarian is spoken and in Slovenia, demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental principles and aims of the most important international organisations, autonomously k ...

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

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate knowledge of the Slovene language and the disciplines that study it, demonstrate knowledge of Slovene literature and the disciplines that study it, demonstrate familiarity with the cultural, historical and social phenomena of the Slovene-speaking environment, demonstrate knowledge of various methodologies for researching the phenomena of language, literature and culture, demonstrate knowledge of possibilities of application of the contents of study to the addressing of concrete problems in practice, and attempt to do so, demonstrate specific knowledge necessary for employment in various sectors, undertake critical reflection and work autonomously, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental characteristics of contemporary Slovene, demonstrate knowledge of the historical development of the Slovene language, demonstrate knowledge of regional and other specific aspects of the Slovene language, define and demonstrate understanding of various factors that can modify language, deal with language of a specific phenomenon from the point of view of cognitive sciences, the humanities and social sciences, apply the most important modern linguistic research methodologies, demonstrate knowledge of Slovene and foreign language manuals, textbooks and other specialist literature, demonstrate knowledge of scholarly literature in the field of Slovene language and linguistic sciences, demonstrate knowledge of the development of linguistic scho ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Art education teacher (no legal status)

    Students will be able to:  (general competences) demonstrate a capacity for synthetic, analytical and creative thinking and problem-solving, demonstrate a capacity for ethical reflection and a commitment to professional ethics, demonstrate cooperativeness and work in a group, develop communication skills, apply knowledge in practice, be autonomous in professional work, be (self-)critical and reflective, carry out (self-)evaluation and strive for quality, demonstrate general knowledge, communicate with experts from other professional and academic fields, demonstrate initiative/ambition (value of ongoing personal and professional development), demonstrate sensitivity towards (or awareness of) the natural and social environment, national culture, heritage, identity, multiculturalism and non-discrimination, demonstrate basic information literacy, use information and communication technologies, organise, provide leadership and develop proficiency in the field of education, manage time and plan autonomously, demonstrate knowledge of social systems, particularly processes in education, demonstrate openness and sensitivity to people and social situations, demonstrate knowledge of the development processes, differences and needs of the individual, carry out research in education, demonstrate knowledge of the institutional frameworks of work (requirements, legislation, documentation, legal aspects of education), demonstrate basic knowledge of concepts in education and their philosophical and historical foundations, demon ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Diploma in commercial law (vs) (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) understand the importance of a socially responsible business concept, adopt innovative ideas, entrepreneurship and the success of business networks in project development of innovations and ensure legal compliance as a factor to minimise commercial risk, understand and use information and communication technology – manage operations in an e-environment, develop ICT in a business environment and be included in e-supported business and social networks, develop communication skills in their native and foreign languages, apply basic quantitative methods for professional communication on quantitative and value parameters of measuring the quality of operations, learn to learn, pursue team work and the process of constant improvement (Deming cycle) as values that enable comprehensive personal development, ensure continuity in the development of the individual and the environment in which they are involved, (subject-specific competences) address the functioning of the business system and its legal framework, assess the effectiveness of fundamental business functions, apply the theoretical foundations of the area of management and law in analysing basic processes and relations in business practice, detect and critically address cases of deviations in the functioning of management from the legal framework of entrepreneurship, prepare typical documents for implementing management functions (plans, analyses, organisational forms, organisational regulations etc.) and regulatin ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Diploma in agronomy engineering (no legal status)

    Students will be able to:  (general competences) independently seek optimal solutions to problems in their professional field by analysing the situation and linking theory and practice, master basic research approaches and the special features of research in this kind of plant production, act ethically and show a commitment to professional ethics, take professional decisions through self-initiative and autonomy, master communication skills, cooperate mutually in solving problems and tasks, be familiar with the importance of responsibility of the individual for successful team work, perform critical and self-critical assessment, (job-specific competences) devise, develop and use modern production technology in horticulture and agriculture, manage existing production processes and technology in horticulture and agriculture, organise and manage the production process, master computer-integrated production, assure the appropriate quality of products by performing relevant quality measurements and checks, understand in an interdisciplinary way activities in production systems, develop new production technologies with simultaneous mastery of both technical and technological and economic and commercial dimensions, continuously develop skills in the application of knowledge in the specific professional field, use modern computer, information and communication technologies and systems in the professional field, master fundamental issues in the fields of economics, organisation, marketing, accounting and management, show ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Computer and information science engineer (first-cycle academic education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of factors in the computer profession, critically assess developments relating to computer and information sciences, develop communication skills, cooperate, and work in a group and in projects, autonomously search for and obtain professional knowledge and integrate it with existing knowledge, search for and interpret fresh information, and apply it in the context of the computer profession, autonomously work in a professional manner. describe a given situation by properly using mathematical and computer symbols and notations, explain own understanding of computer concepts and principles, resolve problems through the application of modern technologies, systematically analyse a given problem, apply an algorithmic approach to resolve a given problem to develop an algorithm, draw new logical conclusions, confidently face a given computer problem and search for solutions, and extrapolate a problem into larger problems and apply an engineering-based approach to combine partial solutions.  (subject-specific competences) describe a given situation by properly using mathematical and computer symbols and notations, explain own understanding of computer concepts and principles, resolve problems through the application of modern technologies, systematically analyse a given problem, apply an algorithmic approach to resolve a given problem to develop an algorithm, conclude new logical conclusions from given dat ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Academic bachelor's degree in ecoremediation (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) identify the structure of an environment, both natural and man-made, identify processes in nature such as retention of water, self-cleaning capability and biodiversity, transfer acquired knowledge from legislation and the fields of the environment, psychology of the environment, ecosystem services and ecoremediation systems into practice, including environmental communication and e-support, demonstrate familiarity with technology in ecoremediation systems and maintain ecoremediation facilities, provide e-support to ecoremediation systems (subject-specific competences) demonstrate understanding of the functioning of ecosystems and their protection and renewal, analyse abiotic and biotic factors of the environment, demonstrate familiarity with ecoremediation, demonstrate understanding of environmental degradation, demonstrate knowledge of the internal structures of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, including anthropogenic ecosystems, demonstrate understanding of environmental legislation, work with people, demonstrate knowledge of ecosystem services, undertake practical work in the environment, both natural and degraded, provide monitoring, maintain ecoremediation facilities, provide integrated environmental management. ...

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

    Candidates are capable of: (general competences)   identifying, searching, obtaining, describing, organising, storing, maintaining and providing access to stored data structures and information about and from archival and documentary material, regardless of their physical form or technological mechanisms,  understanding the operation of the institution or service concentrated on understanding the role and significance of archival and documentary functions, with the ability to analyse, synthesise and predict solutions,  determining the needs of current and potential groups of users,  sufficient knowledge of the principles of information technologies necessary for the planning, implementation, evaluation and management of current and emerging computer-based information management systems for archival and documentary material,  knowledge and understanding of the processes in archival and documenting functions,  knowledge and management of research methods and procedures,  application of professional knowledge of archival science and documentology in their work,  cooperation in research and presentation of research results in scientific and professional publications, at meetings of professional and scientific associations,  appreciating the values of the principle of intellectual freedom and the right to free access to information, while recognising the right to privacy of an individual in the preserved archival and documentary material and the confidentiality of the service,  autonomy, critical thinking, efforts ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Physiotherapist (no legal status)

    The student will be able to: autonomously practise physiotherapy as a form of healthcare, assuming full responsibility on passing the professional examination, assess and document the patient's functional status and ability, highlight problems and targets, select and dose appropriate physiotherapeutic procedures and verify and modify them if they are not effective, give consideration to indications and contraindications and possible risks and harmful effects of physiotherapeutic methods and procedures, take personal responsibility for own work, manage all necessary documentation and report on own work to the treating doctor, in cooperation with the doctor and other members of the team, contribute through physiotherapeutic assessment procedures to a clearer diagnosis and prognosis, critically analyse and assess physiotherapeutic procedures, assess the results of own work and monitor and contribute to the development of the profession through independent study and organised forms of further training, report on new findings at professional meetings, in specialist and non-specialist publications and public media, reject approaches that have an apparently similar approach to the human being but are professionally unfounded.   ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Tourism organiser (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) develop communication skills, with an emphasis on the international environment, demonstrate ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics, demonstrate the capacity for cooperation, teamwork, project work and work in the local and international environment, autonomously search and obtain professional knowledge and integrate new knowledge with existing knowledge, autonomously work in a professional manner and adopt business decisions, (subject-specific competences) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of factors at tourism destinations, critically assess developments relating to tourism destination management, search for and interpret fresh information, and apply it in the context of the tourism profession, demonstrate understanding of and understand the foundations and history of tourism, and business organisational sciences, demonstrate knowledge of and understand the tourism profession and tourism destination management, solve specific problems related to destination management using the appropriate methods and approaches, plan, organise and monitor relationships and processes in the social and economic environment at the local level, with an emphasis on sustainable development, recognise and consider the characteristics of international market segments and the macro-environmental characteristics of tourist emitting markets. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia