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higher education = PhD?

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by Magg, Nov 25, 2007.

  1. Magg Senior Member

    Spain
    Spain / Spanish
    Hola.

    Me pregunto si en un contexto británico, higher education son los estudios superiores que se cursan en una universidad a modo de obtener una carrera, o también pueden ser los estudios de doctorado, una vez acabada dicha carrera.

    Mil gracias.
     
  2. Valencian Junior Member

    Valencian Spanish Europe
    ,,,,, Mi opinion es que high education es para insituto, como l ode high school para universidad esta el bachelor (de 4 a´ños) y despues eldoctorado Phd o Dr.nat (o algo asi ) si es decinecias... pero esperemos a alguien que lo confirme.
     
  3. Kibramoa

    Kibramoa Senior Member

    Deep South, U.S.A.
    Spanish - MX
    En Estados Unidos "higher education" abarca tanto las licenciaturas (bachelor's) como maestrías (masters) y doctorados (PhD).

    [SIZE=-1]Education in UK at university level. This is the highest level of of education and courses vary from Certificates through first degrees to post graduate degrees and doctorates achieved by a very high standard of research in any academic field.
    www.ceresconsult.demon.co.uk/html/glossary_of_terms.html[/SIZE]

    Higher education (HE) studentsare those students on programmes of study for which the level of instruction is above that of level 3 of the national qualifications framework, ie courses leading to the Advanced Level of the General Certificate of Education (GCE A-levels), the Advanced Level of the Vocational Certificate of Education (VCE A-levels) or the Advanced Higher Grade and Higher Grade of the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Advanced Highers/Highers).


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