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undergraduate education

As defined in the UK, the education of a doctor which begins with medical school and continues to graduation with the awarding of a degree, and includes provisional registration with the General Medical Council (GMC), which normally lasts five or six years.

undergraduate education

Medtalk In the US, a 4+ yr college or university education leading to a baccalaureate degree, the minimum education level required for medical school admission; undergraduate medical education refers to the 4 yrs of medical school. Cf CME.
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Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education. In New Directions for Teaching and Learning 47, 63-69.
It is not possible to have sustainable doctoral programmes without good undergraduate education. Nor does it make sense to have a few good doctoral programmes benefiting a very small number by shortchanging the overwhelming majority of students destined for the job market after obtaining undergraduate degrees.
Critique: A critically important, impressively informative, articulate and thought-provoking study, "Integrating Worlds: How Off-Campus Study Can Transform Undergraduate Education" is unreservedly recommended for college and university library Educational Studies collections and supplemental curriculum lists.
A three-tiered approach to enhance undergraduate education in bioethics.
Ruiz (Professor of Psychology at Alvernia University), "Service Learning in Psychology: Enhancing Undergraduate Education for the Public Good" is very highly recommended for academic library Contemporary Psychology reference collections and supplemental studies reading lists.
Winners are chosen from a pool of nearly 400 nominees and were selected by an independent panel of judges based on such criteria as their impact on undergraduate students and their contributions to undergraduate education in the institution, community, and profession.
The poster entered must be the work of an undergraduate and completed during the undergraduate education of the student, the Vice Chancellor said and announced to award a cash prize of Rs 3000 to each team of the students who participated in the competition.
Tierney said a graduate who borrowed the national average of around $30,000 through unsubsidized federal loans to pay for their undergraduate education would save more than $4,000 in interest payments by refinancing under the bill.
Estry, Ph.D., associate provost for Undergraduate Education and dean of Undergraduate Studies at Michigan State University, is the recipient of the Michael C.
To be eligible for the scholarships, students must be enrolled in the final two years of secondary school and submit a 500-word essay about why they want to pursue an undergraduate education in the US.
Part One aims to give a general picture of undergraduate programming, posing the question of what the common goals of undergraduate education are or should be.
Academic Reform: Policy Options for Improving the Quality and Cost-Effectiveness of Undergraduate Education in Ontario By IAN D.

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