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Academy

An institution of academics; College, Royal College.
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The decree granted an additional examination session and academic year for the students of qualification and specialization studies who failed exams in the 2016-2017 academic year.
At the level of qualifications, the number of students studying in institutions of higher education in the Sultanate for the academic year 2014/2015 and who will receive a bachelor's qualification is the highest rate reaching 83.
The report mentioned that the reasons for protesting over the past academic year were different from previous years, due to the consequences of previous years' protests.
This increase is based on the Education Cost Index (ECI) for the academic year 2015/16, which is 2.
The students and teachers have demanded for withdrawal of notification on change of books to save their two precious months of new academic year.
Compared to 2009-2010 academic year, the number of certified teachers has increased by 1,212 people.
In a statement issued on Thursday, the ministry said that for this year the procedure would remain the same for now but added that plans were in the works to streamline the process in time for the next academic year, starting in September.
More than 100,000 applications have been received by SUSI for the 2014/2015 academic year with approximately 40,000 of these being new applications.
The university will welcome itsfirst batch of students in the next academic year.
In the first days of the sunny summer season, I wish you an enlightened, peaceful, and efficient academic year.
This builds on the availability of the tuition fee grant, which is available to students ordinarily resident in Wales who start full-time postgraduate ITT courses in the 2013/14 academic year on the same basis as undergraduate courses.
They want the Education Ministry to postpone the new timings until the beginning of the new academic year in September, arguing that schools and parents were not ready for the decision.