• French Higher Education system

    French Higher Education system

    The French educational system is highly centralized and organized, with many subdivisions. It is divided into three stages: Primary education (enseignement primaire); Secondary education (enseignement secondaire); Higher education (enseignement supérieur). The following degrees are recognized by the Bologna Process (EU recognition): […]

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    High School Diploma

  • Best universities In Poland

    Best universities In Poland

    Opole University of Technology (OUTech) is an internationally oriented leading high-tech university in Poland. We provide education mostly in the area of technical science but also in the fields of management, tourism, sport and physiotherapy. Our scientific and educational potential is built by high-class academic and research staff […]

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    Poland Universities

  • American school grading system

    American school grading system

    The French grading system ranges from 0 to 20. It would be inaccurate to merely multiply a French grade by a factor of 5 to find its American equivalent. A score of 20 signifies perfection and is virtually never given. 19 and 18 are equally rarely given. Depending on subject and level, a 16 can be considered an excellent grade. In […]

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    Poland Colleges

  • Middle School grade USA

    Middle School grade USA

    Discover how USATestprep integrates diagnostic assessments, individualized learning, and classroom support to meet the specific needs of your students. Try It for Free Discover why USATestprep provides the most effective and comprehensive online solution for students needing help with the Milestones EOG. Our review is aligned to […]

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    Secondary Education

  • Junior high school USA

    Junior high school USA

    SGI President Ikeda has the utmost confidence in young people, including junior high and high school students. Without young people,he says, we will have no future. Such things as mentor and disciple, truth and justice, and victory will be no more than empty phrases. We risk losing the precious struggle for kosen-rufu . Let s open […]

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  • US Grade system

    US Grade system

    Expectations One important difference to be aware of is the emphasis on continual assessment. Most UK universities determine your marks based on your performance on examinations at the end of term. In the US, the papers and problem sets you complete during the term are often weighted as heavily as midterm exams and final exams. Some […]

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    Higher Education Poland

  • United Kingdom education system structure

    United Kingdom education system structure

    The following is an essay I wrote in the summer of 2010, comparing the education systems in the UK and USA, specifically for the 2 universities I studied at. Note that it is based on my experience and research, and not all universities compare the same way. Universities around the world serve an important purpose – to educate students […]

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    Education System Poland

Universities in Warsaw, Poland

Universities in Warsaw, Poland

Why UW? A high-ranking university 2014 – the University of Warsaw was declared number 1 in Poland in scientific ranking published by the POLITYKA weekly; 2014 – number 1 in Poland…
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Pennsylvania system of Higher education

Pennsylvania system of Higher education

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US high school grades

US high school grades

In the United States, students usually begin a formal educational program around age five or six in kindergarten. Children then complete grade levels one to 12 before attending…

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United States of America Education

United States of America Education

Located in 170 countries, EducationUSA centers help millions of students find accurate, comprehensive, and current information about how to apply to accredited U.S. colleges and…

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College Institutional

College Institutional

Services for the Swarthmore College Community The Office s work portfolio is broad, and its activities include projects to serve internal consitutents, such as providing support…

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Www.state of Ohios

Www.state of Ohios

Ohio s Parks 83 State Parks • 20 State Forests • 22 State Memorials 2 State Scenic Rivers • 2 State Fish Hatcherys • 4 State Nature Preserves 9 State Reserves • 1 State Natural…

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US Diploma

US Diploma

Questions on this topic are divided into the following categories: In addition to the Q&As listed below, please see the following resources for guidance related to High…

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Educational Structure in USA

Educational Structure in USA

This guide will give you an overall view of how the school system works in the U.S. and will provide you with useful resources. As you will note by the table of contents, you can…

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Higher Learning Institutions

Higher Learning Institutions

Mitchell Scholars may study or conduct research at institutions of higher learning including the seven universities in Ireland and two of the Institutes in Dublin. For the 2017-2018…

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High-level Education

High-level Education

One question has been playing on my mind for the past few weeks: does size matter to students? I’m thinking, of course, about whether the number of students enrolled at a university…

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Low cost Universities in European

Low cost Universities in European

They teach in the English language, provide a degree of comparable quality from an institution of equal heritage – and all for a tenth of the fee or less when compared with Britain…

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Primary schools in USA

Primary schools in USA

Elementary education starts at the age of five or six, depending on the particular state and whether a kindergarten (K) year is provided. Even when provided, attendance at kindergarten…

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UK Schooling system explained

UK Schooling system explained

The French System: In All Its Gloire Ask any French adult if he looks back on his schooldays with warmth and affection, nine times out of ten the answer will be puzzled perplexity…

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California higher Education system

California higher Education system

Off to see Professor Schwarzenegger CALIFORNIA’S public universities were once the envy of the world. Under the state’s pioneering “master plan” for higher education, signed into…

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England University System

England University System

Most syllabi are set by the universities which are offering them, and are not controlled by the government. The only exception to this are teacher education programs, which the…

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System of education in Britain

System of education in Britain

Secondary education, the second stage traditionally found in formal education , beginning about age 11 to 13 and ending usually at age 15 to 18. The dichotomy between elementary…

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College PA

College PA

Motto ARS, SCIENTIA, ET RELIGIO (Arts, Sciences and Religion) Type Established 1869 Affiliation Dr. Barbara K. Mistick Academic staff 40 full-time Location Mascot The Phoenix Website…

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Name of high school in USA

Name of high school in USA

In 1-2, the states with the largest number of public secondary schools were California, Texas, Illinois, Ohio, and New York. (Digest of Education Statistics, 2001, Table 101) Enrollment…

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Poland universities for international students

Poland universities for international students

Perspektywy Education Foundation published a report: International Students in Poland 2012 , presenting the newest trends in internationalization of Polish higher education. There…

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Higher Education Statistics India

Higher Education Statistics India

With 700 universities and more than 35, affiliated colleges enrolling more than 20 million students, Indian higher education is a large and complex system. The structure of degree-granting…

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Grading system in American

Grading system in American

The University uses school‐specific grading scales. Most schools at Columbia University use the standard A-F grading scale. The American Language Program, the School of Architecture…

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