Master's Degree In Europe
This page refers to types of Master's degrees in Europe. Please see Master's degree for more information.
In order to facilitate the movement, also known as the Bologna process, was proposed: an undergraduate degree of at least three years called licence or Bachelor's degree, followed by a one-year or two-year diploma called Master, then a doctorate, meant to be obtained in (at least) 3 years. Because of these indicated schedules, the reform is sometimes (erroneously) referred to as 3-5-8. The objective is the European Higher Education Area.
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