Difference between revisions of "National Qualifications Framework"

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A National Qualifications Framework (NQF) is the single description, at national level or at the [[level]] of an education system, which is internationally understood and through which all [[qualification]]s and other learning achievements in [[higher education]] may be described and related to each other in a coherent way and which defines the relationship between [[higher education]] [[qualification]]s.
 
A National Qualifications Framework (NQF) is the single description, at national level or at the [[level]] of an education system, which is internationally understood and through which all [[qualification]]s and other learning achievements in [[higher education]] may be described and related to each other in a coherent way and which defines the relationship between [[higher education]] [[qualification]]s.
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==Source==
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* '''Bologna Follow-Up Group''' (2005) ''Framework for Qualifications of the European Higher Education Area''. Kopenhagen, p. 30.
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==See also==
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* [[Framework for Qualifications of the European Higher Education Area]]
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* [[Higher education in Europe]]
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* [[Level]]
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* [[Level descriptor]]
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* [[European Qualifications Framework]]
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==Degrees==
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* [[Associate degree]] - Short cycle - EQF Level 5
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* [[Bachelor's degree]] - First cycle - EQF Level 6
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* [[Master's degree]] - Second cycle - EQF Level 7
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* [[Doctorate degree]] - Third cycle - EQF Level 8
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:05, 22 October 2013

A National Qualifications Framework (NQF) is the single description, at national level or at the level of an education system, which is internationally understood and through which all qualifications and other learning achievements in higher education may be described and related to each other in a coherent way and which defines the relationship between higher education qualifications.

Source

  • Bologna Follow-Up Group (2005) Framework for Qualifications of the European Higher Education Area. Kopenhagen, p. 30.

See also

Degrees