Baccalaureate sentence example
The baccalaureate, licentiateship, and mastership formed three distinct degrees.
I did my education in France up to the scientific baccalaureate.
For admission to the baccalaureate a preliminary test or " Responsions " was first required, at which the candidate had to dispute in grammar or logic with a master.
I took a baccalaureate at a European school rather than doing A-levels.
Prior to joining Kent in September 2000 Cecilia did a European baccalaureate at the European School in Brussels.Advertisement
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A welsh baccalaureate for pupils at 18 and beyond would be central.
The strong likelihood is that an English baccalaureate will be launched some time in the next parliament.
The focus of these meeting revolved around issues related to merging special education content and activities into the post baccalaureate methods courses.
A typical offer would be somewhere in the region of ABB-BCC at A-level (320-260 points) or 32-28 in the International Baccalaureate.Advertisement
The baccalaureate has disappeared, but students cannot be matriculated without having passed the Abiturienten-examen (see below), probably the most severe of all entrance examinations (foreign students may be exempted under certain conditions).
In France the examination for the baccalaureate, though conducted in part by university examiners, has become a schoolleaving examination (see below).
These programs meet the needs of students who will later transfer into a wide range of baccalaureate degree programs.
Others may teach an international curriculum or offer the European baccalaureate.
The AACN offers $1,500, every year, for registered nurses who are seeking a baccalaureate or graduate degree in nursing.Advertisement
In 2009, the college applied for and received accreditation to offer a baccalaureate degree, an unusual degree to find at a two-year college.