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== Transferable Skills ==
 
== Transferable Skills ==
  
{{Studienplan Transferable Skills}}
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At least 9 ECTS have to be "free" electives and transferable skills (generally at least 4,5 ECTS). These courses are not organised in modules, although there are some requirements that have to be met.
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Some [https://tiss.tuwien.ac.at/curriculum/public/curriculum.xhtml?dswid=8800&dsrid=371&date=20191001&key=57214 transferable skills are listed in TISS], but it's often possible to use other courses for this category, too. In general, everything focusing on "soft skills", i.e. communication, cooperation, presentation, etc. can be used as a transferable skill.
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There is also a list of [https://tiss.tuwien.ac.at/curriculum/public/curriculum.xhtml?dswid=4053&dsrid=495&key=57489 free electives] in TISS. However, you may use almost any course for this category. The only formal requirements are:
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* it's offered by an established university (any university, not necessarily TU Wien)
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* you'll get a certificate with a grade and a number of ECTS points
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* it's not equivalent to a course you have to do as a part of the program.
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In practice, this means you can do almost anything you want to earn these credits, e.g. language courses, art focused courses, introductory (or advanced) lectures from other subjects,... To get some inspiration, also see the [https://ufind.univie.ac.at/en/vvz.html courses offered by Uni Wien]
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'''If in doubt, contact the dean/vice dean of studies and get a written confirmation for being able to use a specific course as a transferable skill.'''
  
 
== Freely Elective Courses ==
 
== Freely Elective Courses ==

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