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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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The Commission on the Future of Undergraduate Education will offer recommendations aimed at ensuring that higher education will build on those historic strengths and respond effectively to the demographic, technological, financial, and other developments that lie ahead.
Dr al-Derham will launch the Mena General Education Network, which aims to ensure high-quality general education programmes for undergraduate education in the region.
Loans borrowed for undergraduate education would be refinanced to 3.
In his role as associate provost for Undergraduate Education and dean of Undergraduate Studies, Dr.
The quality of education and, in particular, undergraduate education, the steady growth of university bureaucracy and managerial power, and the expansion of university links with business are favourite themes.
It will be more important than ever that all urologists contribute to undergraduate education.
The basic expectation is that they will do work that would impress specialists in their fields, but applicants who set themselves apart show an ability and willingness to reach out to the non-specialist, reflecting the goal of intellectual breadth appropriate to undergraduate education without compromising the disciplinary depth that exhibits expertise.
Undergraduate education in psychology; a blueprint for the future of the discipline.
Previously, she served as an associate professor at the Community College of Baltimore County, program director in the Division of Undergraduate Education at the National Science Foundation (NSF), and Director of the Office of Government Affairs at Princeton University.
The six major associations representing presidents and chancellors outlined their next steps on issues related to undergraduate education in a letter sent to IHEs.
But Lewis seeks to examine what has been happening to Harvard College, whose "fundamental job of undergraduate education is to turn eighteen- and nineteen-year-olds into twenty-one- and twenty-two-year-olds, to help them grow up, to learn who they are, to search for a larger purpose for their lives, and to leave college as better human beings.
From Teaching to Learning: A new Paradigm for Undergraduate Education.

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