Abitur


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Abitur

(ˌɑːbɪˈtʊə)
n
the final school examination in Germany
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Imperial College London also requires three A-levels and rather than demanding a fourth they are more concerned with the grades of the student, also taking into account school leaving qualifications from other countries, such as the French Baccalaureate, the German Abitur and USA qualifications.
The more intellectual minority spend their last year in an academic high school (Gymnasium), where the student must pass the abitur test to get to a university.
As a comparable qualification are recognized: - administrative assistant, - lawyers, - medical assistants with a commercial focus, - hotel professionals, - merchant in the retail trade (but not the retailer), - all university and college degrees + commercial experience of more than 2 years, - abitur + at least 3 years professional experience in the commercial sector, - call center agent in and outbound with a commercial focus.
Potschke took the Abitur (high school graduation) in 1941, was subsequently mobilized for military service, and became an officer in 1944 (lieutenant of a tank regiment).
The largest proportion, 46% of the students, was educated according to the German Abitur system.
Mittelschule in Tallinn, das Abitur legte sie an der 42.
One gains no sense ofwhat it would have been like to be one of the first cohorts of students--young men and, importantly, women who were given the opportunity to participate in a quasi tertiary education without an Abitur at a time when sport was seen as an essential means of strengthening the German patient after war and valued as the very essence of modern life.
Figure 1: German School System (ThinkQuest Team, 1999) Advanced Vocational Training Technical or Trade School 13 Vocational qualification 11 & 12 Training and Full time Vocational upper education at vocational secondary school companies and school (Fachoberschule) part time (Berufsfacherschule) vocational schools (Berufschule) 5 thru 10 Secondary Intermediate School (Realschule) General School (Hautpschule) 1 thru 4 Primary School (Grundschule) Kindergarten University University Qualification Exam (Abitur) 13 13th grade and Abitur prep 11 & 12 Continuation with Gymnasium or Gesamtschule 5 thru 10 Grammar school Comprehensive school (Gymnasium) (Gesamptschule) 1 thru 4
So, they make sure they follow the German school system, which goes according to age and provides the German certificate Abitur.
Approximately half of those who left school in 1979 without an Abitur (high school diploma) were able to eventually acquire one or more graduation certificates.
Those two training itineraries are not symmetrical, since the former is accessed from the Gymnasium and the Abitur test, while the latter is accessed from the Realschule or the Hautptshule and some of the later vocational possibilities (Senent, 1994).
Se denominaron Realschulen, y en Prusia, el diploma de las Oberrealschulen fue reconocido por la monarquia como equivalente al Abitur del Gymnasium, permitiendo con ello el acceso a algunas titulaciones de la Universidad.