Guiding Tool 4: (Inter)personal traits & competences

As described in the first chapter “Paradigm shift”, descriptions of degrees and graduate programmes focus increasingly on non-cognitive skills and attitudes besides the academic content and subject specific knowledge. If you move forward from focusing merely on the recognition of diplomas to also taking into account the right combination of competences that a student should have at the start of their programme, personal traits will be a part of this.


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