Educational guide 2022_23
Facultade de Filoloxía e Tradución
Oferta de Materias Específicas de Departamentos para Alumnos ISEP, Erasmus e Visitantes
 Competences


Type CB Code Basic Competences
  CB1 Students will be able to apply their knowledge and skills in their professional practice or vocation and they will show they have the required expertise through the construction and discussion of arguments and the resolution of problems within the relevant area of study.
  CB2 Students will have shown they have sufficient knowledge and understanding of an area of study, starting after completion of general secondary education, and normally reaching a level of proficiency that, being mostly based on advanced textbooks, will also include familiarity with some cutting-edge developments within the relevant field of study.
  CB3 Students will be able to gather and interpret relevant data (normally within their field of study) that will allow them to have a reflection-based considered opinion on important issues of social, scientific and ethical nature.
  CB4 Students will be able to present information, ideas, problems and solutions both to specialist and non-specialist audiences.
  CB5 Students will have acquired the learning skills that are required to pursue further studies with a high degree of independence.
  CB6 Students will have shown they have sufficient knowledge and understanding of an area of study, starting after completion of general secondary education, and normally reaching a level of proficiency that, being mostly based on advanced textbooks, will also include familiarity with some cutting-edge developments within the relevant field of study.
  CB7 Students will be able to apply their knowledge and skills in their professional practice or vocation and they will show they have the required expertise through the construction and discussion of arguments and the resolution of problems within the relevant area of study.
  CB8 Students will be able to gather and interpret relevant data (normally within their field of study) that will allow them to have a reflection-based considered opinion on important issues of social, scientific and ethical nature.
  CB9 Students will be able to present information, ideas, problems and solutions both to specialist and non-specialist audiences.
  CB10 Students will have acquired the learning skills that are required to pursue further studies with a high degree of independence.
  CB11 Students will have shown they have sufficient knowledge and understanding of an area of study, starting after completion of general secondary education, and normally reaching a level of proficiency that, being mostly based on advanced textbooks, will also include familiarity with some cutting-edge developments within the relevant field of study.
  CB12 Students will be able to apply their knowledge and skills in their professional practice or vocation and they will show they have the required expertise through the construction and discussion of arguments and the resolution of problems within the relevant area of study.
  CB13 Students will be able to gather and interpret relevant data (normally within their field of study) that will allow them to have a reflection-based considered opinion on important issues of social, scientific and ethical nature.
  CB14 Students will be able to present information, ideas, problems and solutions both to specialist and non-specialist audiences.
  CB15 Students will have acquired the learning skills that are required to pursue further studies with a high degree of independence.
Type CG Code General Competences
  CG1 Capacitación dos estudantes para que adquiran coñecementos lingüísticos e literarios.
  CG2 Adquisición dos fundamentos metodolóxicos e críticos que permitan aos estudantes acceder ao exercicio da actividade profesional cunha formación versátil e interdisciplinar.
  CG3 Capacidade dos estudantes no manexo das novas tecnoloxías da información e da comunicación aplicadas ao campo dos estudos lingüísticos e literarios.
  CG4 To improve communication skills in Spanish, Galician and Portuguese in different professional contexts, focusing on comprehension and expression skills, both orally and in writing.
  CG5 Capacidade dos estudantes para comprender as interrelacións pertinentes entre os diversos ámbitos de estudo que integran o título.
  CG6 To be able to appreciate other cultures and artistic manifestations and to raise awareness in one’s milieu about the appreciation of intercultural diversity. To explore the social, professional, educational and cultural consequences of the use and learning of the languages being studied in the degree.
  CG7 Coñecer os métodos básicos do estudo e análise lingüística e literaria.
  CG8 Ability to participate and organize group debates and activities, developing independent, critical-thinking skills.
  CG9 To acquire learning abilities to pursue further studies independently, starting from the knowledge that has already been acquired and through use of new technologies.
  CG10 To integrate different types of knowledge and develop a solid communication process that, even if it is incomplete, will include reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities involved in the communication process.
Type CE Code Specific Competences
  CE1 Perfect practical mastery of the Galician, Spanish and Portuguese languages.
  CE2 Knowledge of the grammars of Galician, Spanish and Portuguese.
  CE3 Knowledge of Galician, Spanish and Portuguese literatures.
  CE4 Basic knowledge of Latin language and culture.
  CE5 Knowledge of the concepts and methods of linguistic analysis.
  CE6 Knowledge of the concepts and methods of literary analysis.
  CE7 Knowledge of the theoretical and methodological approaches to literary theory and criticism.
  CE8 Knowledge of the theoretical and methodological approaches to linguistics.
  CE9 Knowledge of rhetoric and stylistics.
  CE10 Knowledge of the concepts and methods of comparative literature.
  CE11 Knowledge of the internal and external historical development of Spanish.
  CE12 Knowledge of the internal and external historical development of Galician.
  CE13 Knowledge of the sociolinguistic situation of Galician/Spanish.
  CE14 Knowledge of the theories and methodologies of mother-tongue language teaching.
  CE15 Knowledge of the linguistic and intercultural consequences of language contact.
  CE16 Knowledge of the history of the countries of the Iberian Peninsula.
  CE17 Ability to produce different types of oral and written texts.
  CE18 Ability to find, utilize and make good use of information from data bases and other computer tools and the Internet.
  CE19 Ability to critically evaluate the bibliography of works consulted and to frame it within a theoretical perspective.
  CE20 Theoretical and practical knowledge of Spanish/Galician/Portuguese dictionaries in different formats.
  CE21 Theoretic and practical knowledge of the Spanish, Galician and Portuguese phonemic and phonetics.
  CE22 Knowledge of the sociolinguistic status of the Portuguese language.
  CE23 Mastery of foreign languages.
  CE24 Knowledge of foreign cultures and civilizations.
  CE25 Mastery of one’s own language, both orally and in writing.
  CE26 To know the norms and uses of the working languages.
  CE27 Mastery of terminological and neological techniques for specialized translation.
  CE28 Mastery of computer tools and technical instruments for interpreting.
  CE29 Mastery of techniques of computer-assisted translation/localization.
  CE30 Information/documentation search skills.
  CE31 Knowledge of economic and professional aspects.
  CE32 Teamwork skills.
  CE33 Ability to design and manage projects.
  CE34 To possess a wide knowledge of culture.
  CE35 Optimization of note-taking, summary writing, synthesis and rewording.
  CE36 Mastery of computer tools.
  CE37 Mastery of the specific techniques of editing, layout, checking and correction of translated texts.
  CE38 Ability to design and organize work, and manage and coordinate projects.
  CE39 Ability to make decisions.
  CE40 Ability to put knowledge into practice.
  CE41 Ability to design and manage projects.
  CE42 Human relations skills.
  CE43 Accuracy and conscientiousness at work.
  CE44 Translation skills.
  CE45 Use of computer-assisted translation tools.
  CE46 Independent-learning skills.
  CE47 General knowledge and civilization.
  CE48 Basic knowledge of the topics of each specialization.
  CE49 Ability to think critically.
  CE50 To possess an outstanding sociolinguistic competence.
  CE51 Specific university education.
  CE52 Knowledge of languages.
  CE53 Professional knowledge of computing and CAT.
  CE54 To be able to recognize diversity and multiculturalism.
  CE55 Mastery of one’s language in both oral and written forms.
  CE56 Mastery of foreign languages.
  CE57 Knowledge of foreign cultures and civilizations.
  CE58 Mastery of one’s language in both oral and written forms.
  CE59 To know the norms and uses of the working languages.
  CE60 Mastery of terminological and neological techniques for specialized translation.
  CE61 Mastery of computer tools and technical instruments for interpretation.
  CE62 Mastery of computer-assisted translation/localization.
  CE63 Information/documentation search skills.
  CE64 Knowledge of financial and professional aspects.
  CE65 Teamwork skills.
  CE66 Ability to design and manage projects.
  CE67 To possess a wide knowledge of culture.
  CE68 Optimization of note-taking, summary writing, synthesis and rewording.
  CE69 Mastery of computer tools.
  CE70 Mastery of the specific techniques of editing, layout, checking and correction of translated texts.
  CE71 Ability to design and organize work, and manage and coordinate projects.
  CE72 Ability to make decisions.
  CE73 Ability to put knowledge into practice.
  CE74 Ability to design and manage projects.
  CE75 Human relations skills.
  CE76 Accuracy and conscientiousness at work.
  CE77 Translation skills.
  CE78 Use of computer-assisted translation tools.
  CE79 Independent-learning skills.
  CE80 General knowledge and civilization.
  CE81 Basic knowledge of the subjects of each specialization.
  CE82 Ability to think critically.
  CE83 To possess an outstanding sociolinguistic competence.
  CE84 Specific university education.
  CE85 Knowledge of languages.
  CE86 Professional knowledge of computing and CAT.
  CE87 To be able to appreciate diversity and multiculturalism.
  CE88 Mastery of one’s language in both oral and written forms.
Type CT Code Transversal Competences
  CT1 Ability to apply knowledge to practice
  CT2 Oral and written communication in the native language.
  CT3 General knowledge about the study area (language, Galician languages, Spanish, Portuguese, Latin, literature, technology, cultural studies)
  CT4 Capacity for adapt to new situations.
  CT5 Ability to generate new ideas.
  CT6 Ability to manage information.
  CT7 Appreciation of diversity and multiculturalism.
  CT8 Ability to work autonomously.
  CT9 Critical and self-critical capacity.
  CT10 Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
  CT11 Ability to handle the bibliography consulted and to quote it adequately.
  CT12 Respect for professional ethics and, in particular, for intellectual property.
  CT13 Oral and written communication in one’s own language. Special attention will be paid to the knowledge and correct use of the two official languages of the Autonomous Community of Galicia.
  CT14 Knowledge of a second and a third foreign language.
  CT15 Project planning and organization skills.
  CT16 Problem-resolution skills.
  CT17 Knowledge of applied computing.
  CT18 Information-management skills.
  CT19 Decision-making skills.
  CT20 Ethical and deontological commitment.
  CT21 Critical-thinking skills.
  CT22 Appreciation of diversity and multiculturalism.
  CT23 Interpersonal relations skills.
  CT24 Teamwork skills.
  CT25 Work in an international context.
  CT26 Striving for quality.
  CT27 Independent-learning skills.
  CT28 Ability to adapt to new situations.
  CT29 Understanding other cultures and customs.
  CT30 Creativity.
  CT31 Entrepreneurship skills.
  CT32 Leadership.
  CT33 Awareness about environmental issues.
  CT34 Ability to put theory into practice.
  CT35 Ability to work individually.
  CT36 Design and management of projects.
  CT37 Oral and written communication in one’s language. Special attention will be paid to the correct use of the two official languages of the Autonomous Community of Galicia.
  CT38 Knowledge of a second and a third foreign language.
  CT39 Project organization and planning skills.
  CT40 Problem resolution.
  CT41 Knowledge of applied computing.
  CT42 Information-management skills.
  CT43 Decision-making skills.
  CT44 Ethical and deontological commitment.
  CT45 Critical-thinking skills.
  CT46 Appreciation of diversity and multiculturalism.
  CT47 Interpersonal relations skills.
  CT48 Teamwork skills.
  CT49 Work in an international context.
  CT50 Striving for quality.
  CT51 Independent-learning skills.
  CT52 Ability to adapt to new situations.
  CT53 Understanding other cultures and customs.
  CT54 Creativity.
  CT55 Entrepreneurship skills.
  CT56 Leadership skills.
  CT57 Awareness of environmental issues.
  CT58 Ability to put knowledge into practice.
  CT59 Ability to work individually.
  CT60 Ability to design and manage projects.
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