graduateship

graduateship

(ˈɡrædjʊɪtʃɪp)
n
(Education) the time or condition of being a graduate
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These include Certificate, Diploma, Higher Diploma and Graduateship Courses.
To get on to a master's in music therapy, you will usually need a three-year diploma or graduateship from a college of music, or a degree in music from a university.
To get onto a Masters in Music Therapy, you'll usually need a three-year diploma or graduateship from a college of music, or a degree in music.
The City & Guilds Senior Awards are offered under Royal Charter at the three levels of Licentiateship, Graduateship and Membership in recognition of academic ability and professional skills.
The requirement is usually three years of musical training with a diploma or graduateship from a college of music or a degree from a university.
Now the 32-year-old has been presented with a City and Guilds Graduateship in youth management and training, which is comparable to an honours degree.
For instance, the Royal Technical College, Nairobi, intended to serve the needs of all races, had started accepting students in 1955 and offered courses that would prepare students for the graduateship examinations of British professional institutions [CO533/567/13: Memorandum on the proposal to establish the Technical College in Nairobi, by F.J Harlow, assistant education advisor, 1951]:
Lamba holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Bombay, as well as a Graduateship of the Plastic and Rubber Institute, an Associateship of the London School of Polymer Technology and a doctorate in Polymer Science from the University of Akron.
Graduateship of City and Guilds of London Institute: Adam Mark Bowdler, Helen Bogusz, Carol Dear, Junie Higgins, Alan Philip Love, Sarah Louise Patalong, Jason Paul Ryall, Deborah Snow, Matthew James Soden, Susan Elizabeth Taylor, Lisa Jane Thornton, Paul Wooding.
He studied chemistry part-time, eventually leaving to finish his Part II Graduateship of the Royal Institute of Chemistry at what is now the University of Salford.
In another initiative to address rubber product manufacturing skills, we are also sponsoring another 25 students for the Graduateship Program of Plastic and Rubber Institute of Sri Lanka, funding Rs 3.7 million.
During the 1950s and 60s, it was one of the top six colleges training people to the level of graduateship of the Royal Institute of Chemistry, a professional qualification equivalent to a university degree.