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« AALBORG UNIVERSITET AALBORG UNIVERSITY DENMARK LONE DI RCKINCK-HOLMFELD DEKAN DEAN EKSAMENSBEVIS DIPLOMA TIMO ANDREAS LEHMANN KVAMME cPR. NR. 140590_2059 DATE OF BIRTH 14 MAY 1990 BACHELOR I PSYKOLOGI BACHELOR OF SCTENCE (BSC) tN psycHoLoGy FACULTY OFFICE
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«AALBORG UNIVERSITETAALBORG UNIVERSITY

DENMARK

LONE DI RCKINCK-HOLMFELDDEKANDEAN

EKSAMENSBEVISDIPLOMA

TIMO ANDREAS LEHMANN KVAMMEcPR. NR. 140590_2059

DATE OF BIRTH 14 MAY 1990

BACHELOR I PSYKOLOGI

BACHELOR OF SCTENCE (BSC) tN psycHoLoGy

FACULTY OFFICE

«AALBORG UNIVERSITETAALBORG UNIVERSITY

DENMARK

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DEKANDEAN

EKSAMENSBEVISDIPLOMA

TIMO ANDREAS LEHMANN KVAMMEcPR. NR. 140590_2059

DATE OF BIRTH 14 MAY 1990

BACHELOR I PSYKOLOGI

BACHELOH OF SCTENCE (BSC) tN psycHoLoGy

FACULTY OFFICE

A Bachelor graduate has the following competency profile:A Bachelor has the competencies that have been acquired via a course of study that has taken place in a researchenvironment.

A Bachelor has basic knowledge of and insight into his or her discipline's methods and scholarly foundation. Theseattributes qualifies a Bachelor for further education at a relevant graduate programme as well as for employment on thebasis of his or her academic discipline.

The programme was completed according to Minesterial order on bachelor and master's programmes at theuniversities, Ministerial order no. 814 of 29 June 2010 as amended by ministerial order no. 1520 of 16 December 2013,

Faculty OfficeAalborg University30 June 2014

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Bjørn AndersenAdministrative Officer

Tirno,Andreas Lehmann Kvamrne - Date of birth: 14 fvlay 1990 - Fase 3 0f 3

Name:

Programme:

Graduation:

Timo Andreas Lehmann Kvamme

Bachelor's Programme in Psychology (180 ECTS)

12 June 2014

Problem Based Learning

Social Psychology lncluding Social Theoryl

Personality Psychology

Social and Personality Psychology lncluding QualitativeResearch Methodology

Epistemology of Psychology

Cognitive Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Biological Psychology

Advanced Cognitive, Developmental and BiologicalPsychology including Quantitative Methodology

Psychiatry

Clinical Psychology

The Psychology of Work and Organizational Psychology

Educational Psychology

Bachelor Projekt

Psychology of Sexuality

Abnormal Child Psychology

Gradepoint average has been calculated in accordancewith the curriculum

7 scale ECTS scale

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I ) The exam was conducted in English

Timo Andreas Lehrnann Kvarnme - Date of birth: 14 fvlay 1990 - Fage 2 of 3

Aalborg UniversityDIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT

This Diploma supplement follows the model developed by the European commission, council of Europe andUNESCo/cEPES' The purpose of the supplement is to provide .rm"i"nt independent data to improve the international ,

transparency' and fair academic and professlonal recognitio" oi qrår,n"rilons (diplomas, degrees, certificates etc.). lt isdesigned to provide a description of ti're nature, level, c-ontext, .oåtåri ånå status of the stroLs tnLt were pursued andsuccessfully completed by the individual named on the originar qr"r,tiåaiiån to which this supplement is appended. ltshould be free from any value judgernents, equivalence ståtements oiiulgesgons about recognition. lnformation in allelght sections shoutd be provided. \Mere intormation i; ;;i;;;;il;o]'#Lrptrnrtion shoutd give the reason why.

1. INFORMATION IDENTIFYING THE HOLDER OF THE QUALIFICATION

1.1. Family name(s): Kvamme1-2. Given name(s): Timo Andreas Lehmann1.3. Date of birth: 14 May 19901.4. Civil registration number: 14OS9O_20S9

2. INFORMATION IDENTIFYING THE QUALIFICATION

!.1. ltlme of qualification and tifle conferred (in originat language):BSc i Psykotogi.Name of qualification and tifle conferred (in English):!1!9t9r o_f Science (BSc) in psychotogy"2.2. Main fields of study:Psychology, the disciplines and research methods of psychology, and presentation of psychology.2.3. Name and status of awarding institution:Aalborg UniversitevAalborg Unlveriity (official abbre,vialeq AAU)]s a self-governing institution within public

Sifl§ffil:?;Jt;#'"lilffiil'!!:]Bif" rr'tiniiier tor scrence,'rå"n,rr"åv and rrinovation, ,"es;råteo accordins to the2.4. Name and status of institution administering the studies:Not applicable.2.5. Language(s) of instruction/examination:Danish.

3. INFORMATION ON THE LEVEL OF THE QUALIFICATION

3.1. Level of qualification:A medium cycle research based qualification - normally requiring 3 years of full time higher education studies.3.2. Official length of programme:3-year BA = 180 ECTS credit points.3.3. Access requirements:Acceptance to the BSc in Psychology requires a) The Upper secondary school Leaving Examination, or b) the HigherPreparatory Examination, or b1 tne il1gne',r auiinåss Examination oiJjir," nigher Tech-nicåi examination. Appticantswith other quarifications may be admifred ,tåi

"n "s"e.sment of their quarifications.

4. INFORMATION ON THE CONTENTS AND RESULTS GAINED

4.'1. Mode of study:Full time study programme equivalent of 180 ECTS credit points.

4.2. P rogramme req u i rements :

The BScdegree in Psychology aims at giving students competence at a scientific level within the following areas:

The Social and Biological Foundations of Personality, The Constitutions and Structure of Personality, Social

Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Clinical Psychology, General Psychology including the Epistemology and History

of Psychology (Bachelor Project)4.3. Programme details and individual grades/marks/credits obtained:Please refer to the diploma.4.4. Grading scheme and if applicable grade distribution information:Please refer to the grade transcript in this diploma supplement.4.5. Overall classification of the qualification:Not applicable for Danish qualifications.

5.INFORMATION ON THE FUNCTION OF THE QUALIFICATION

5.1. Access to further study:A completed BSc in Psychology gives access to MSc studies in Psychology or equivalent MA studies.

5.2. Professional status:The BSc in Psychology qualifies the graduate to perform and develop psychological work in public and private

institutions and companies and in an independent practice.

6. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

6.1. Additional informationAalborg University (AAU) is a research-based university founded in 1974. Basic as well as applied research is given ahigh priority. Funding comes from the government, from Danish and international research funds and from cooperationwith industry.

The University has approximately 15,500 bachelor and master students and 1,000 Ph.d.-students. These figures includemore than 1,900 foreign students. The university has a staff of approximately 3,200 full-time equivalents, of which morethan 1,900 are researchers.

Aalborg University consists of the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Social Sciences, the Faculty of Engineering andScience and the Faculty of Medicine. lt offers approx. 70 different undergraduate and postgraduate programmes as wellas a variety of programmes in continuing education at Masters and Diploma level. A number of the programmes aretaught in English.

Aalborg University uses a unique pedagogic model of teaching: Problem Based Learning (PBL). ln most programmestime is equally shared between courses and project-work in groups with a focus on defining problems, interdisciplinarityand report writing.

Although the studies are dominated by group work, all examinations are conducted on an individual basis, and studentsare given individual grades.

6.2. Further information sourceslnformation in English on Aalborg University (study programmes, contents of the programmes, research, faculties and

departments) is available at the Universi§'s website at http://en.aau.dk or from the lnternational Office, phone +45 9940

9653, e-mail [email protected].

General information on higher education can be obtained from the Danish Ministry of Science, lnnovation and Higher

Education at www.FlVU.dUen and from the Danish Conference of University Rectors at http://dkuni.dUenglish.

7. CERTIFICATION OF THE SUPPLEMENT

7.1. Date:30 June 2014

7.2. Signature:

WtuwBjørn Andersen

7.3. Capacity:Administrative officer

ish Ministry of Science, lnnovation and Higher Education

lic higher education institutions in Denmark are regulated by national legistation concerning degree structures, teacher,ifications and examinations. Alt programmes are accredited by national, independent accreditation agencies and the

'editation Council.

rer education institutionsrer education is offered by five types of higher education institutions:

i. Academies of profeåsion"iirign"r. Eåucation (Erhvervsakademi.) offering professionally oriented short cycle and first

cycle degree programmes.Z. University Coiteges (Professionshøjskole.) offering professionally oriented first cycle degree programmes.

3. Maritime Education and Training lnstitutions offering professionally oriented short cycle and first cycle degree

pro9rammes.4. Research universities (Universitet) offering first, second and third cycle degree programmes in all academic

disciplines.5. University level institutions offering first, second and third cycle degree programmes in subject fields such as

architecture, design, music and fine and performing arts.

;t of the higher education institutions are regulated by the Ministry of Science, lnnovation and Higher Education (type 1-5)'

Ministry o-f Crltrre regulates a small numb-er of higher education institutions offering first, second and third cycle degree

Jrammes in fine and performing arts (type 5).

in the Danish Hrnishnlificationsrels

[D levele(180-270ECTS)oratopupbachelor.sprogrammefollowing

Academy Profession degree. ** A few Master's programmes are up to 180 ECTS.

rish higher education institutions use ECTS credits for measuring study activities 60 ECTS correspond to one year's.time study.

European/NationalQualificationsFramework forLifelong Learning -

EOF/NQF

QualificationsFramework for theEuropean HigherEducation Area -

Ordinary higher educationdegrees

Academy Profession degree(90-150 ECTS)

AcademyProfession (AP)degree (60ECTS) (alsoknown as FurtherAdult Education

Bachelor's degree (180

Master's degree (within thearts) (120-'180 ECTS

Qualification frameworkThe qualiflcation levels form the basis for the Danish National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education, which is

certified in accordance with the overarching Bologna Framework according to the principles adopted by the European

Ministers of Higher Education. Danish higher education qualifications at levels 5-8 of the Danish Qualifications Framework forLifelong Learning (NQF) are also compatible with levels 5-8 of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).

Admission and progressionGeneral access to higher education in Denmark requires an Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate or comparablequalifications. Admission to some particular programmes requires entrance examination or submission of a portfolio of artisticwork.

Completion of a short-cycle degree qualifies students for admission to a first cycle programme. Holders of an AcademyProfession degree can obtain a Professional Bachelor's degree within the same field of study through a top-up programme.

Completion of a first cycle degree qualifies students for admission to the second cycle.

Ordinary Higher Education degrees

The Academy Profession degree is awarded after 90-150 ECTS and includes a period of work placement of at least 15

ECTS. The programmes are development-based and combine theoretical studies with a practical approach" Programmes are,

among others, offered within Marketing Management, Computer Science and Chemical and Biotechnical Science. TheDanish title is field of study followed by the abbreviation AK and the English title is AP Graduate tn [field of study].

The Professional Bachelor's degree is awarded after 180-240 ECTS and includes a period of work placement of at least 30ECTS. The programmes are applied programmes. They are development-based and combine theoretical studies with apractical approach. Examples of professional bachelor's degree holders are nurses, primary and lower secondary schoolteachers and certain §pes of engineers. The Danish title is Professionsbachelor i[field of study] and the English title isBachelor of lfreld of studyl.

The Bachelor's degree from a university is awarded after 180 ECTS. The programmes are research-based and are offeredin all scientific fields. The Danish title is Bachelo r (BA) i [field of study] ot Bachelor (BSc) I [field of study] and the English titleis Bachelor of Arts (BA) rn [field of study] or Bachelor (BSc) of Science rn [field of study].

The Bachelor's degree (within the arts) is awarded after 180 ECTS. The programmes are based on research and artisticresearch. Programmes are offered within the fine arts. The Danish title is Bachelor (BA) ilfield of study] , Bachelor i musik(BMus) [field of study] or Bachelor i billedkunst (BFA) ltield of studyl and the English title is Bachelor of Arts (BA) in [field ofstudyl, Bache lor of Music (BMus) [field of study] or Bachelor of Fine Afis (BFA) tn [field of study]. A higher education degreewithin theatre or fllmmaking is awarded after 4 years of study (240 ECTS).

The Master's degree is awarded after 120 ECTS. The programmes are research-based and are offered in all scientific fields.The Danish title is abbreviated to Cand.flatin abbreviation of academic area] i [field of study]. The English title is Masfer ofArts (MA) rn [fleld of study] or Master of Science (MSc) tn [field of study].

The Master's degree (within the arts) is awarded after 120-180 ECTS. The programmes are based on research and artisticresearch. The Danish title is abbreviated to Cand.flatin abbreviation of academic area] [fleld of study]. The English title isMaster of Arts (MA) in [field of study], Masfer of Music (MMus) [fleld of study] or Master of Fine Afts (MFA) tn [field of study].Music Academies offer a specialist degree of 2 to 4 years following the master's degree.

The PhD degree is awarded after 180 ECTS. PhD programmes are offered by the universities and some university levelinstitutions offering degrees in the artistic and cultural field.

Detailed descriptions of degree levels can be found in the Danish Qualifications Framework at www.nof.dk. Please consult therelevant Diploma Supplement for information about the learning outcome of any speciflc degree.

dult and continuing higher educationhe programmes normally consist of 2 years of parttime study, equivalent to 1 year of full-time study (60 ECTS credits).ertain master programmes require lTzyears of full-time stuoy 1oo ECTS crediti). Admission requiåÅents are a relevantiucational qualification and at least 2 years of relevant work åxperience.

cult education qualifications are available at levels corresponding to those of the ordinary higher education system.' The Further Adult Education degree (videregående voksenuddannelse/akademiuddannelse) is awarded after studiesat short cycle level and gives access to diploma programmes.

' The Diploma degree (diplomuddannelse) is awarded after studies at first cycle level and gives access to masterprogrammes.

' The Master degree (masteruddannelse) is awarded after studies at second cycle level.

re 7 point grading scalere grading system used in all state-regulated education programmes as of Septemb er 2oo7 is the 7 point grading scale.lart from the 7 point grading scale, pass/fail assessment måy also be used. 02 is the minimum grade for passing an exam.

>scription of grades: 12 For an excellent performance displaying a high level of command of all aspects of the relevantaterial, with no or only a few mlnor weaknesses; 10: For a very §ooo f,erformance displaying a high level of command of)st aspects of the relevant material, with only minor weaknesiel; z: For a good perroimåncå -iipiryrg good command of: relevant material but also some weaknesses; 4: For a fair performance displaying some commanå of the relevant materialt also some major weaknesses; 02 For a performance meeiing only the minimum requirements for acceptance; 00: For arformance which does not meet the minimum requirements toi accåptance; -3 For: a'performance *r,l.n i, unacceptable inrespects.


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