The marks on an instrument or vessel to indicate degrees or quantity; a scale.
Certification of the completion of all degree/certificate requirements by the posting of the appropriate degree to the student's academic record.
Each June, seniors who have completed the prescribed course of study at The Blake School receive a diploma during a ceremony held on the Hopkins campus. Families and friends are invited to the ceremony. Graduates attend the senior graduation party, sponsored by the senior parents, beginning immediately after the reception.
A mark on an instrument or vessel indicating degrees or quantity.
The date when a student receives a diploma. Graduation date may or may not be the same as a separation date.
the successful completion of a program of study
an academic exercise in which diplomas are conferred
a line (as on a vessel or ruler) that marks a measurement; "the ruler had 16 graduations per inch"
an exciting, uplifting occasion in a student's life
A celebratory event where your degree is officially awarded and at which the University acknowledge the successes of students who have successfully completed their qualification.
When you successfully complete a course and are awarded a degree. You are awarded your degree at a graduation ceremony. Handbook Every year UTS produces ten faculty handbooks that provide the latest information on courses, subject and elective choices, attendance patterns, credit point requirements, and important faculty and student information.
The attainment of 21 credits in core courses and an overall total of 36 credits; not less than 20 in levels II and III and not less than 9 in level III courses in a Newfoundland senior high school program (see the Senior High School Certification Handbook).
The ceremonial completion of a degree program. The degree is not awarded until all academic requirements are certified as completed. The student initiates application for graduation at point of registration for last term of study. Application must be processed for each attempt.
successful completion of a programme leading to an award or qualification.
Successful completion of a degree or course. Also the ceremony where students are officially given their awards.
A Certificate of Graduation is awarded by the Ministry of Education upon successful completion of the provincial graduation requirements.
The ceremony at which awards are conferred by the University.
A ceremony at which degrees are conferred and diplomas awarded. Usually held in April and December.
The marking of a flask, tube, container, etc. with a series of degrees for measuring.