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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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Holders of higher national diploma (HND) in pharmacy are granted advanced standing in the BPharm programme.
Universities are now not limited only to produce the graduates but to play an important role in creation, application and integration of knowledge', he said and added that the diploma course will contribute in the framework of University-Industry-Government, which represents triple helix model of effective relations among all of three sectors, but now the community as the fourth stakeholder has been added making it quadruple helix model.
One of the concerns about the state's occupational diploma was that some students receiving the alternate diploma had learning disabilities, a category that includes dyslexia, which might not have prevented them from earning a traditional diploma in the first place.
We offer fake degrees that look as good and real as the original degree or diploma.
We have recently held intensive workshops and consultations with employer groups and industry partners who are really excited about the new diploma to see our engineering graduates meet the needs of the UAE's national priorities," he added.
Students will be expected to take all seven exams to gain the Foundation Diploma and will then be eligible for the ACCA Qualification.
Speaking to EurActiv, Kalfin said the diploma legalization procedure in Bulgaria was way to heavy.
There are many passionate nurses who may struggle to manage the academic demands of the nursing degree and the diploma offers them an option.
A Nobel Prize Diploma is the citation handed over to the winners every year on December 10 when they are awarded the most prestigious prize in the world instituted by the Swedish inventor, Alfred Nobel (1833-1896).
Diploma, which bought All Seals from former owner J Barnett, said it was paying an initial USD10.
The awards aim to recognise the excellent work taking place in schools around the country which offer the new diploma qualification.
A Birmingham independent school has become the first in the country to completely scrap A-levels in favour of a diploma course.