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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Graduates will have expanded and deepened the knowledge of mathematics they obtained in the academic higher education programme. The emphasis is above all on new developments in the teaching of mathematics. ...
Students will be able to: (general competences) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of factors in the field of financial mathematics, critically assess developments in the field of mathematics in financial engineering, develop communication skills, cooperate, work in a team and work on projects, autonomously seek out and acquire specialist knowledge and integrate it with existing knowledge, seek and interpret new information and place it in the context of the mathematics field, demonstrate autonomy in professional work, (subject-specific competences) describe a given situation through the correct use of mathematical symbols and notations, demonstrate understanding of mathematical concepts and principles, solve mathematical (and other) problems through the application of modern technology, apply an algorithmic approach; develop an algorithm to resolve a given problem, analyse a given problem, deduce new logical conclusions from given data, confidently address a given financial-mathematical problem and find a solution. ...
Students will be able to: (general competences) think analytically and demonstrate understanding of complex systems that enable participation in various interdisciplinary teams, demonstrate in-depth knowledge of general mathematics, computational mathematics or financial mathematics, think mathematically and provide proofs and arguments in a variety of mathematical fields, demonstrate a capacity for in-depth analytical thinking and argumentation, critically assess developments in the field of mathematics, resolve complex technical/work problems by finding sources of knowledge and applying scientific methods, develop communication skills, demonstrate autonomy in professional work, show cooperativeness and work in a team, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate understanding of and solve more complex mathematical problems at a qualitative and quantitative level, describe a non-trivial situation through the correct use of mathematical symbols and notations, explain their understanding of more complex mathematical concepts and principles, solve more difficult mathematical (and other) problems through the application of modern technology, apply an algorithmic approach; develop an algorithm to resolve a given problem, analyse a given problem numerically, graphically and algebraically, deduce new logical conclusions from given data, confidently address a given non-trivial mathematical problem and find a solution, apply the approaches of scientific thinking to the quantitative treatment of problems in nature, the en ...
Students will be able to: (general competences) use abstraction and analyse problems, synthesise and critically assess solutions, apply knowledge in practice, undertake autonomous professional work and work in an (international) group, critically assess and present their results, pursue further independent learning and keep abreast of literature, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate familiarity with traditional and modern results in the field of theoretical and applied mathematics and disciplines closely connected to mathematics (computer science, mechanics, etc.), demonstrate understanding of more complex mathematical proofs, abstract practical problems, use mathematical literature, use various mathematical methods to solve specific problems, carry out programming using relevant programming tools. ...
Students will be able to: (general competences) use abstraction and analyse problems, synthesise and critically assess solutions, apply knowledge in practice, undertake autonomous professional work and work in an (international) group, critically assess and present their results, pursue further independent learning and keep abreast of literature, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate familiarity with traditional and modern results in the fields of probability, statistics, optimisation and economic, financial and actuarial mathematics, demonstrate mastery of basic knowledge of information science, demonstrate mastery of basic knowledge of economics and finance, think logically and demonstrate understanding of mathematical proofs, solve specific problems through the application of mathematical methods. ...
Students will be able to: describe a given situation through the correct use of mathematical symbols and notations, explain their understanding of mathematical concepts and principles, solve mathematical (and other) problems through the application of modern technology, apply an algorithmic approach; develop an algorithm to resolve a given problem, analyse a given problem numerically, graphically and algebraically, deduce new logical conclusions on the basis of given data, confidently address a given mathematical problem and find a solution. ...
The aim of the programme is to provide the students with academic education in the science of mathematics, giving in-depth knowledge in mathematics and in its sub-branches, and developing skills and abilities in independent scientific research activities. Within the programme theoretical knowledge, specific to the selected sub-branch of mathematics - differential equations; - have been acquired, skills and abilities in contemporary information acquisition and processing technology developed, understanding of the technological, social and naturalistic process of mathematical modelling skills improved; - skills to independently investigate differential equations and the corresponding boundary value problems, to discuss their research methodology and present the obtained results have been acquired. ...
Awarding body- University of Daugavpils
- to master an advanced knowledge of various sub-disciplines of mathematics and be able to use the acquired knowledge, freely using computers; - to have good knowledge of methods of solving various mathematical problems; - to be able to practically apply the achievements of mathematical science in the economic context (mathematical modelling, mathematical statistics) as well as in teaching mathematics on all levels; - to carry out an independent research in the selected branch of mathematics, requiring understanding of interrelations between various study courses of mathematics and practical application of mathematics and the basics of computer science, to present the results in the Master's thesis (30 credit points). ...
Awarding body- University of Latvia
Learning outcomes for study programme are formulated in accordance with (1) the state standard of second level professional higher education and (2) the relevant occupational standard. State education standard Register of occupational standards Learning outcomes: Not available ...
Awarding body- Riga Technical University
The graduates:Knowledge: - Have very specialized knowledge on the following sectors: Teaching and learning mathematics, Using technology for teaching mathematics, Research Methodology in Mathematical Teaching, History and Epistemology of Mathematics and Mathematical Teaching of Mathematics. - Are critically aware of the issues of knowledge for mathematics, of teaching and learning them, and of the interconnection between the teaching and learning of mathematics with the fields of Mathematics, Psychology, History, and Epistemology of Mathematics and Technology. - Have heightened critical awareness of the evolutionary dynamics and of the latest issues of Teaching and Learning Mathematics. Skills:- Hold specialized skills for resolving problems, which are required for the research and/or innovation of Mathematics Didactics, with the purpose of developing new knowledge and procedures, and integrating knowledge from different fields of Mathematics, Psychology, History, Epistemology, and Technology. - Apply with originality the acquired knowledge in the research of Mathematics Didactics, the analysis and development of innovative solutions to complex, interdisciplinary and innovative issues regarding the teaching and learning of Mathematics. - Are capable of evaluating, interpreting, and advancing modern scientific research and studies in the field of Mathematics Didactics. - Articulate inductively in a scientifically documented way, solutions to complex and new issues and make valid judgements taking into account ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of Western Macedonia