Noun(1) holds a license (degree, European
(1) She is MTNA nationally certified in piano and music theory and earned the licentiate in piano teaching from The Royal Schools of Music.(2) After getting her licentiate degree in literature, she studied theology at Northern Baptist Seminary in Chicago.(3) In 1984 he moved to Canada, where he did a masters in divinity and licentiate in moral theology at the University of Toronto.(4) he was a licentiate in law of Hanoi University(5) He was educated in Paris at the Ôö£├½cole Normale SupÔö£┬«rieure and he received his licentiate with a thesis.(6) He was compelled to study philosophy and theology by his parents, which he greatly resented, and he graduated from the University of Basel with a master's degree in philosophy in 1671 and a licentiate in theology in 1676.(7) he took the Durham University licentiate in theology(8) a licentiate member(9) Eventually, I graduated from the Conservatory in Havana; I won a Canada Council Grant to go to school at the University of Toronto, where I graduated with artist and licentiate diplomas.(10) He is an accomplished pianist and a licentiate of the Royal School of Music.(11) Other types of licentiateships will be considered if the applicant has the required skills within his/her particular field.(12) In addition, there is a cadre of medical professionals called medical licentiates who are basically clinical officers who have taken further training so that they can help doctors though the training does not turn them into doctors.(13) I may be eligible for three of the licentiateships available under the City and Guilds criteria but it sounds too good to be true.(14) She went to Paris in 1891 for further studies and obtained licentiateships in physics and mathematical sciences.(15) It also organises an annual public exhibition of members├ö├ç├û work and awards licentiateships , associateships and fellowships.(16) Regulations of The Institute require that candidates for the licentiateship should ultimately be tested on the submission of an approved thesis or research dissertation.
(1) licentiate :: lisensiaat
1. college ::
2. vocational school ::
3. hall ::
4. lyceum ::
5. licentiate ::
Different Formslicentiate, licentiates
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