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Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context

Learning Outcomes

Programme learning outcomes EMMC Euroculture according to Tuning SQF model of dimensions

QF EHEA
2nd cycle descriptors 1, 3-5
SQF Humanities dimensions
Level 7
EQF descriptor knowledge
Level 7
EQF descriptor skills
Level 7 / QF EHEA 2nd cycle descriptor:
2.can apply their knowledge and understanding….
EQF descriptor Wider Competences
Level 7
Special feature degree programme The Human Being Deep understanding of European identity/is, civil society/ies, the ongoing European unification process in itself, its cultural and social dynamics and the consequences for its citizens and the wider world Identification and problematisation of what Europe and the EU represents for its citizens and for the wider world Analysis and interpretation of current issues regarding the handling of multicultural society issues into feasible solutions and transferring this knowledge to relevant audiences
1.have demonstrated knowledge and understanding …. 2. Cultures and Societies
3.Texts and Contexts
-Thorough knowledge and understanding of the phenomena of multiculturalism, national and European identity, current political governance, and evolving social-political processes on the basis of four concepts, namely: Communication, Cooperation, Mobility of Citizens and Active Citizenship;
- Thorough (historical) understanding of the European integration process in a global perspective by having studied the most relevant texts in context.
- High level analysing and synthesising competency to identify and problematise issues related to inter-, trans- and multiculturalism;
- Be able to locate, select from a variety of sources and manage information required for addressing problems related to key issues as identity/ies and civil society/ies
- Applying theoretical knowledge into practice by offering guidance and workable and acceptable approaches with a high awareness of sensitivity of the issues at stake
- Application of appropriate management skills, such as leadership, decision-making, motivation to work effectively in a multicultural / transnational setting;
3.have the ability to integrate knowledge and handle complexity, and formulate judgements … 4. Theories and Concepts
5. Initiative and Creativity
6. Inter-disciplinarity
- Thorough knowledge and understanding of theoretical and methodological approaches, in particular comparativism and constructivism, which allow for independent research in the academic field involved;
- Experienced knowledge and understanding of different regional and national perceptions of the European integration process from a cultural-social perspective including awareness of the push and pull factors in the process of European identity formation and in relation to third countries;
- High level of sensitiveness based on knowledge and insight regarding cultural-social differences and comparabilities at group, local, regional, national, European and global level
- Making judgements by integrating complex and (conflicting and insufficient) data with the intention to identify rational and sustainable solutions for identified problems;
- Identify topics in the public debate in a reflexive way and with an eye for social-cultural sensitive matters;
- Independent preparation and writing of project applications by identifying the project’s contribution to existing knowledge and experience, the most effective approach to and structure of it, cost effectiveness, and the relevant audiences/project beneficiaries.
- Planning, designing and managing complicated medium-term (research) projects in a transnational and multicultural environment successfully;
- Capability for self-analysis, that is the ability to accept and give critical constructive feedback, on the basis of a well-developed awareness of one’s own identity and related norms and values;
- Identifying a suitable work placement, outline a work plan for it and participate in placement
4. can communicate … 7. Communication Performing and presentation of the outcomes (in oral and written form) of independent research by making efficient use of primary and secondary sources (e.g. libraries, computerised material, bibliographical material). Communication and transfer of politicised and sensitive information in oral and written form to different types of addressees/audiences in one’s native, and (at least) one second language besides English at near native level Participating in group work productively and taking the lead on occasion, presiding over debates and discussions in an international / multicultural group
5.have the learning skills... 8. Professional Development Have knowledge of one's personal strengths and weaknesses and of the abilities and learning methods necessary for the chosen profession or range of professions Be able to apply different methods and strategies of study to different tasks and to undertake independent study Capability to learn from and respond accurately to unexpected developments, taking these into account to accommodate and develop suitable strategies accordingly