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  1. Bachelor's degree in Slovene 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,  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 a more comprehensive approach to recording and addressing problems, use two different specialised discourses that enable clearer argumentation, successful participation 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, develop reflection on specialised issues, 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, participate in the preparation, organisation and treatment of a topic in the form of projects, and cooperate with others (in groups, teamwork), put findings into words in a comprehensible, persuasive and linguistically correct form in the appropriate register in a specialist or journalistic text and present them in public, present own views in a reasoned, logical and convincing way in spoken or written discussions, critically evaluate own achievements o ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Bachelor's degree in comparative Slavonic philology and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: demonstrate broad knowledge in the field of Slavonic languages and cultures, resolve technical problems, autonomously acquire and use sources, knowledge and information, use information technology, express themselves in public media, show sensitivity to ethical criteria and a commitment to professional ethics. ...

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

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate proficiency in the research methods of linguistics and literary sciences, combine the methodology of Slovene studies research with the methodology of another field in order to obtain new research results, critically evaluate own research achievements and those of others, appropriately incorporate and combine facts and knowledge into new quality, develop communication skills for tolerant and appropriate specialised discourse, develop the ability to 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, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the history and development of Slovene language and literature, demonstrate knowledge of the language's remarkable dialectal segmentation and the influence of this on the standard language, compare synchronic linguistic and literary phenomena from the point of view of historical linguistic and literary development, demonstrate proficiency in Slovene orthography and orthoepy, demonstrate mastery and understanding of morphemic and morphosyntactic categories and knowledge of the text syntax of the language, demonstrate understanding of word-formational, interlexemic and phraseological relationships in Slovene from the point of view of new theoretical approaches in linguistics, autonomously keep abreast of current linguistic and literary phenome ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Bachelor's degree in comparative linguistics and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: undertake professional work in the field of comparative linguistics, demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles of the comparative method and reconstruction, demonstrate knowledge of fundamental linguistic concepts, demonstrate understanding of and describe linguistic phenomena from the point of view of diachronic development, with knowledge of the historical background of Indo-European languages, demonstrate autonomous understanding of general linguistic issues, and analyse them, use the techniques of the comparative method and reconstruction for etymological purposes, demonstrate knowledge of the rudiments of all major Indo-European languages, both living and dead, and locate them in time and space, understand and translate easier texts in any language of the Indo-European family using basic aids (dictionary, descriptive grammar), quickly learn any Indo-European language. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. 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
  6. Bachelor's degree in Hungarian language and literature and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate proficiency in the research methods of linguistics and literary sciences, critically evaluate own research achievements and those of others, correctly incorporate and combine facts and knowledge into new quality, develop communication skills for tolerant and appropriate specialised discourse, 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, undertake autonomous learning and study, pursue lifelong learning, demonstrate analytical and synthetic thinking, develop a sense for aesthetic and ethical values in the discipline, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the history and development of Hungarian language and literature, demonstrate knowledge of the language's remarkable dialectal segmentation and the influence of this on the standard language, compare synchronic linguistic and literary phenomena from the point of view of historical linguistic and literary development, demonstrate proficiency in Hungarian orthography and orthoepy, demonstrate mastery and understanding of morphemic and morphosyntactic categories and knowledge of the text syntax of the language, demonstrate understanding of word-formational, interlexemic and phraseological relationships in Hungarian from the point of view of new theoretical approaches in linguistics, demonstrate understanding of the princ ...

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

    Students will be able to: (general competences) acquire specialised knowledge on the basis of the study of existing theoretical and methodological models, functionally apply scientific methods (observation, analysis, synthesis, evaluation and presentation) in the production of own specialist texts, make functional use of modern language technologies, demonstrate general information literacy and obtain and use relevant domestic and foreign literature, express own positions in spoken and written texts in a well-argued, tolerant and linguistically cultivated manner, think creatively and critically and integrate facts and rules into new combinations of knowledge, transfer theoretical knowledge into practice, apply knowledge in practice, work individually and as part of a team, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the history of Slovene studies as a discipline, demonstrate knowledge of and proficiency in research methodology in Slovene studies, demonstrate knowledge of the position of Slovene studies in the context of Slavonic studies, demonstrate knowledge of and proficiency in modern linguistic norms in spoken and written texts, develop communication skills for successful public speaking/presentations, demonstrate knowledge of language policy and current language planning issues, demonstrate mastery of various forms of language in artistic and non-artistic texts at the level of the fundamental dichotomy between standard language and dialect, demonstrate mastery of the semantic ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Academic Bachelor's degree in comparative literature (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: demonstrate knowledge of information technology, collect and use sources and information, integrate old knowledge with new, coherently communicate acquired knowledge in oral or written form,  understand and use at least two foreign languages, write in Slovene for a specialist and non-specialist public,  work and communicate in a team, demonstrate knowledge of the basics of historical and theoretical thinking, place the subject of discussion in a comparative relationship with another subject as the basis of interdisciplinary discussion, observe a problem and posit and defend a thesis in connection with the problem, analyse and synthetically evaluate a problem in a broader context, explain a proposed solution to the problem through dialogue, use scholarly apparatus, demonstrate a capacity for ethical self-reflection and a commitment to professional ethics. ...

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

    Students will be able to: (general competences) autonomously study, critically assess, interpret and evaluate contemporary Slovene linguistic and literary phenomena and linguistic and literary currents in the European and global social context, autonomously use sources and literature from the field of Slovene studies and other fields for theoretical and practical work in the field of Slovene studies and more widely, critically assess sources and information or linguistic and literary phenomena and on this basis produce an autonomous written text (specialist or general-interest article, report, paper etc.), demonstrate mastery of basic reflection, dilemmas and perspectives of Slovene studies as a discipline, and of methods of research and interpretation in Slovene studies, demonstrate familiarity with disciplines and fields of study related to Slovene studies and use them in an interdisciplinary context, critically assess and address technical and practical issues from the field of Slovene language policy and cultural policy in contemporary Slovene society and more widely, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate in-depth, specialist insight into the past development and present state of the Slovene language while demonstrating adequate knowledge of twentieth-century linguistic theories and considering the Slovene language in the light of Slavonic, Romance and Germanic linguistic phenomena,  give an overview of Slovene literature in its development from its beginnings to the present day, while demonstrating ad ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Academic Bachelor's degree in comparative literature and... (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: 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 acquired knowledge 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 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, demonstrate knowledge of information technology, colle ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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