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diploma

A certificate indicating achievement of a certain level of education. In the UK, diplomas include the 14–19 diploma (awarded to secondary school students), the Diploma of Higher Education, which is below the bachelor's degree, and the postgraduate diploma in various medical specialties, which is higher than the bachelor's degree.
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