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EUB has created a statement that outlines our expectations in terms of graduate profiles. Departments have also created specific undergraduate profiles relevant to their own programs (these broaden the various aspects of university profiles).

Students graduating from EUB should include the following values:

A) All people have the right to be treated equally and should be free from discrimination based on their gender, caste, ethnicity, educational background, age, religion, physical and mental abilities and sexual orientation.

B) People should always treat each other with respect and tolerance. Violence is not acceptable in any form and all differences should be resolved in a peaceful, cooperative manner.

C) Transparency, accountability, compliance and ethical conduct are basic requirements for fulfilling social, community and employment responsibilities.

d) Individuals are responsible for their own actions.

E) Truth and excellence should be followed and encouraged in all activities and it is inappropriate to praise the success of others out of violence or fear.

F) Life should be communicated in a practical way through continuous search for improved solutions and initiation and participation in the transformation of all individuals.

G) Material, energy and human resources should be used with care about the environmental impacts of all activities.

H) Material and financial gain alone should never be the goal of a person's subsistence life and their pursuit should not conflict with moral, legal and social responsibilities.

i) dition The traditional culture is important, and plays a fundamental and valuable role in society.

H) Historical knowledge is valuable and can play a role in the introduction of knowledge.

K) National issues should be the personal priority of all citizens.


Students graduating from EUB should have acquired the following qualifications, skills, knowledge and understanding:

A) the ability to communicate with others; Enough to provide and receive complex information including listening, speaking, reading, writing and non-verbal communication skills.

B) the ability to identify, deconstruct and solve complex problems; With adequate efficiency: acquiring and analyzing relevant information, including numerical data; Use logical reasoning to form arguments; Consider alternatives and alternative perspectives; And proposing and implementing overall solutions.

C) Adequate research skills to obtain information from various sources.

D) Ability to use contemporary information technology for communication, research and analysis.

E) Sufficient specific skills to meet the needs of a specific national workforce.

F) Sufficient life-skills to live and work in both urban and rural workplaces with international colleagues.

G) Knowledge about the need for ethical behavior in the workplace.

H) Commitment to individual education and the ability to self-educate and adapt to change in career and workplace.

i) Ability to cope with the continuous changes of a rapidly developing society.

H) Confidence and ability to accept and deliver constructive criticism.

K) Understand gender equality issues and processes for addressing gender based inequality.

L) Understand the basics of leadership and the management of people, projects, time and money.

M) Team-working and dispute resolution skills.

N) Appreciate and value cultural and intellectual diversity and the ability to work in a multicultural or global environment.

O) Ability to interpret local problems and events from a global perspective.

P) Adequate literacy to understand national issues in science, technology, environment, economy and law.

Q) Understand the needs of the general public in health and education; Violence and sexually transmitted infections, including the effects of alcohol and other drugs.

r) Understanding the needs of the general public in terms of livelihood and the need to be sustainable in development

S) Understanding the social origins of crime and the mechanisms for solving it.

t) The social and moral responsibilities of citizenship and the functions of representative democracy are known

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