Asked in UK Colleges and Universities
UK Colleges and Universities
Where can you get a UK honours degree?
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Asked in Associates Degrees, College Degrees
What is the difference between a honours degree and a associate's degree?
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What does LLB Law and French stand for?
It means that the person holds a Bachelor's degree in Law and French. This is known in the UK as a combined Honours degree; It is a first degree and the person will have studied courses in both subjects though not necessarily in such great depth as someone studying Law or French as a single honours degree.
Asked in Graduate Degrees
What percentage of the UK population holds a honours degree?
Asked in Graduate Degrees
Is it necessary to do honours degree before studying a master's degree?
Asked in College Degrees
What is the difference between post graduate degree and master degree?
A Master's degree is one example of a post graduate degree. To enroll in a post graduate degree (such as an Honours Degree) a student should already have completed a graduate degree. Degrees build on each other. A student needs a graduate degree to enroll in an Honours course, an Honours degree to enroll in a Masters Programme and a Master's degree to commence with a Doctorate.
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What is the Nigerian equivalent GPA of second class lower division in a Canadian university?
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between honours degrees or with honours?
Does the honours bachelor's degree equivalents to Master degree?
Can you get a master's degree with just a bachelor's degree and not bachelors honours degree?
Is a doctoral degree or post graduation degree same?
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, College Degrees
What is the difference between an honorary degree and a degree with honours?
An honorary degree is one which is granted as a mark of honour, i.e. given in appreciation of work that you have done, or have contributed to society; sometimes it is only backscratching because one is a public figure/Politician/"one of the boys"etc. A degree with honours is one with one has achieved the highest possible marks. An honours degree, however is a higher grade of distinction for meritorious, advanced, or specialised work. Hope this helps. LÓL
Asked in Graduate Degrees, South Africa Politics
What is the difference between honours degree and postgraduate diploma?
Honours degree is really still classified as undergraduate studies as you are completing your degree, but with higher merit than a regular undergraduate degree. Whereas a postgraduate diploma is postgraduate studies and you dont have to do a research project if you dont want. I assume you have to graduate before completing the latter
Is a BA Honours Degree better than a Foundation Degree?
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Can Commonwealth soldiers get knighted?
What is the Difference between general and honours degree?
Honours degrees and academic distinctions Under the English system, and those influenced by it such as the Canadian, Irish, Indian, Maltese, Singaporean, and Hong Kong systems, undergraduate degrees are differentiated either as pass degrees or as honours degrees, the latter denoted by the appearance of "(Hons)" after the degree abbreviation. An honours degree generally requires a higher academic standard than a pass degree, and in Malta, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa, and some Canadian Universities an extra year of study. In Scotland, there also exist Designated Degrees. Source : Answers.com
Asked in Bachelors Degrees, The Difference Between
What is the difference between a BA degree and a BA honours degree?
For a BA honors degree, one will attend university for an extra year, usually writing a thesis and preparing themselves for a MA. They will receive "Hons BA" as their degree title, and their degree will be more credible to an employer. ___ It varies from country to country. In England, Honours degrees were traditionally more specialized (and demanding) than Ordinary degrees. The length of study was the same for both (three years). Honours degrees are classified into classes - I, II.i, II.ii and III). In England considerable (and often ridiculous) mystique attaches to an Oxford or Cambridge First Class Honours degree. In England it is also considered very olf fashioned and/or downright vulgar to put Hons. after BA.