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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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Julka also mentioned that the current convocation ceremony was extremely significant as the students from all six centres of IIMC were being conferred with post-graduate diplomas for the very first time.
The Entrepreneurship Diploma is a valuable opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs to learn the basics of business, draft a comprehensive business plan and finalise it with the help of experts in addition to exchange ideas with peers and learn from their experiences," said Safia Al Mansouri, founder and CEO of Sawaed Management Consultancy, Dubai SME's partner in the diploma programme.
There is no credible evidence that small businesses discriminate against those without high school diplomas when the skills that high school graduates possess are not relevant to the job.
In a reply letter seen by EurActiv, Vassiliou in fact states that the objective of the diploma recognition is not to grant or deny simple recognition of foreign diplomas, but to establish an equivalence with similar diplomas in the home country.
The 68-year old-calligrapher delivered a lecture on the process of the creation of the diplomas on Wednesday, showcasing examples of some memorable ones, like those awarded to Tagore, C.
The diploma is a giant step towards regulating cosmetic medicine because it's the only diploma accredited by a medical school specifically for doctors.
Slightly more than one-half (51 percent) of teen mothers received a high school diploma by the age of twenty-two, compared with 89 percent of young women who had not given birth during their teen years.
Amanda was praised for her work with students, with the panel of judges acknowledging her dedication and enthusiasm for the diploma course.
From September, the teaching of Alevels will cease and all sixth form qualifications will be replaced by the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma at King Edward's School in Edgbaston.
The most popular diploma line remains creative and media, with 9,850 learners nationally, followed by engineering and then society, health and development.
Summary: A survey of colleges has revealed that funding of the Government's flagship diploma qualifications is still mired in bureaucracy.
Young people aged 14-19 in Liverpool will be offered the chance to study new diploma subjects which are offered by local partnerships made up of local authorities, schools, colleges and local employers.