Diplomas

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London College Of Music Examinations - Diplomas
... Diploma Levels Diplomas are offered at four levels Diploma of the London College of Music (DipLCM) Associate of the London College of Music (ALCM) Licentiate ... Diplomas in music performance and teaching are regulated by Ofqual and placed at levels 4-7 of the Qualifications and Credit Framework ... Three levels of written theoretical diplomas are offered DipMusLCM, AMusLCM and LMusLCM ...
ACUPARI - Language Programs
... Additional, the DELE diploma is an official certificate with an international reputation ... For more information about the DELE exams and diplomas, please see Instituto Cervantes.website at http//diplomas.cervantes.es/index.jsp ...
Academic Dress Of Universities In Queensland, Australia - Central Queensland University - Stoles - Graduate Stole Colours
... Standard Colour names and Degree ranks are Certificates/Advanced Certificates/Diplomas - Driftwood Advanced Diplomas Associate Degrees - Sunflower Bachelors ...
Culver City Academy Of Visual And Performing Arts - Programs - Diplomas & Coursework
... Diplomas are awarded by AVPA at an annual graduation ceremony following a student's successful completion of a course of study ... Each program maintains its own diploma requirements, and offers both a major and a minor in its discipline ... projects, productions and performances with classmates to receive diplomas credit can also be earned through independent study, student internships, and professional work on a case-by-case basis ...
List Of Historical Medical Schools In The United Kingdom - England - London
... Their students qualified with diplomas from the Royal College of Surgeons and/or the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, and latterly (until 1999) the Conjoint diplomas of MRCS, LRCP ... When London University degrees became available, the other diplomas were often attempted first ...

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    Socrates gave no diplomas or degrees, and would have subjected any disciple who demanded one to a disconcerting catechism on the nature of true knowledge.
    —G.M. (George Macaulay)