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Qualification descriptors are generic statements of the [[learning outcomes|outcomes of study]]. They provide clear points of reference that describe the main outcomes of a [[qualification]] often with reference to national [[level]]s.
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Qualification descriptors are generic statements of the outcomes of study (cf. learning outcomes). They provide clear points of reference that describe the main outcomes of a qualification often with reference to national levels.
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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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* [[Qualification]]
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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 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 08:34, 22 October 2013

Qualification descriptors are generic statements of the outcomes of study (cf. learning outcomes). They provide clear points of reference that describe the main outcomes of a qualification often with reference to national levels.

Source

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

See also

Degrees