Level Degrees

Some articles on level degrees, level, degrees, degree:

University Of Bologna - Organization
101 different "Laurea" or "Laurea breve" first-level degrees (three years of courses), followed by 108 "Laurea specialistica" or "Laurea magistrale" second-level ... After the "Laurea" one may attain 1st level Master ... After second-level degrees are attained, one may proceed to 2nd level Master, specialisation schools (residency), or doctorates of research (PhD) ...
Doctoral Degrees - Practice By Country - India
... In India, doctorate level degrees are offered by the universities or institutions of national level importance deemed to be universities ... Entry requirements for doctorate degrees by most of the universities include good academic background at masters level(post graduate degree) ... universities also consider undergraduate degrees in professional areas such as engineering, medicine or law for entrance to doctorate level degrees ...
Doctoral Degrees - Practice By Country - Nepal
... In Nepal, doctorate level degrees are offered by the universities or institutions of national level importance deemed to be universities ... Entry requirements for doctorate degrees by most of the universities include good academic background at masters level(post graduate degree) ... Some universities also consider undergraduate degrees in professional areas such as engineering, medicine or law for entrance to doctorate level degrees ...

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