Competence recognition by the ipf-Q competence portfolio through recognition of competences to the Bachelor or master the com-UNIC group establishes international group together with the IPF the IPF Heidelberg campus. The Heidelberg group com-UNIC, a consultancy in cultural trade, shows new ways campus Heidelberg by the IPF to acknowledge his skills. IPF stands for initiative for research. The competence portfolio has developed the Swiss company IPF international group headed by URS Hauenstein. The IPF competence portfolio offers a method, all skills and competencies that have been acquired at work, in leisure, in family life and in particular situations of life, systematically to document, evaluate and certify.
Using a portfolio, all areas of learning are captured or only a specific learning process are documented. This documentation process contains several steps, for each credit points (ECTS points, Bachelorsystem) account, recognised at the universities. To obtain an Bacheloraquivalenz, find Furthermore 3days module for authoring a Bachelor’s thesis”instead, which obtained more points. After successful defense of the thesis before an independent University Professor, this is submitted to the NARIC UK recognition authority, that Europe recognizes the Bachelor in the form of a certificate and enters the ECTS points earned in the Europass. In this way, it is possible to obtain a Bachelor’s degree within 3 months.
Then completed a not fachgebundener master, and even a promotion aimed at. The Scientific Advisory Board is composed of representatives of the private sector and the universities: Prof. Dr. Gerald Huther, Professor of Neurobiology and Psychiatry at the University of Gottingen and Mannheim/Heidelberg and Dr. Klaus Dieter Hohr, head of human resources development at the Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG. The IPF Multiversity currently offers diplomas on the basis of the IPF-Q of competence profile, BA and MA degree of at Plymouth of University, Thames Valley University, London, and the University of Bradford on. All information is available also on the Internet at. Your contact persons at com-UNIC are Mrs Nina Rauball or Mr Alexander Seiler, phone: 06221-7391160.