Definitions for "Programme"
Keywords:  diploma, bsc, msc, qualification, award
The overall qualification(s) that a student is completing, e.g., the Graduate Diploma in Music.
A formal alignment or rotation of posts together comprising a programme of training in a given specialty(ies) which counts towards the award of a CCT.
'the Programme' is used to describe all elements of named degrees
a collaborative effort between the Dalhousie Law School and the School of Health Services Administration
a new initiative spearheaded by Team Singapore and Singapore Sports Council to equip students with the proper knowledge and skills to be Young Team Singapore Ambassadors
a series of public exhibitions, lectures, concerts and events, some of which will be organised in collaboration with our neighbours at Tate Britain
A coherent framework of action to achieve certain global (larger) objectives comprising separate sets of activities which are oriented towards the attainment of specific objectives.
1. Types of strategy which reflect Government policy priorities, eg Single Regeneration Budget, New Deal for Communities, Connexions 2. Sometimes used to refer to the strategic framework for individual regeneration schemes such as Single Regeneration Budget or New Deal for Communities. The programme sets out the problems, the objectives and the priorities for allocating funding. This then determines the kinds of projects that will be developed and supported to help make the planned changes. See also scheme.
(1)     A series of projects with a common Overall Objective. (2)     A time-bound intervention similar to a project but which cuts across sectors, themes or geographic areas, uses a multi-disciplinary approach, involves more institutions, and may be supported by several different funding sources
That which is written or printed as a public notice or advertisement; a scheme; a prospectus; especially, a brief outline or explanation of the order to be pursued, or the subjects embraced, in any public exercise, performance, or entertainment; a preliminary sketch.
An extra-musical explanation applied to a piece of music. For example, Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique is a 'programmatic work', with the movements specifically describing locations (a ballroom, the countryside) and feelings.
Keywords:  oau, csir, ibar, pretoria, dcu
an EU Community Initiative designed to support cross border co-operation, social cohesion and economic development between regions of the EU
an initiative of DCU's Access Service
an Organisation of African Unity / Inter African Bureau for Animal Resources (OAU/IBAR) Regional Project for Eastern African Countries that comprises a Regional Coordination Unit and National Projects in Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania
Keywords:  newcomer, whizzing, dave, bikes, can't
a must if you are watching a match, I can't enjoy it half as much without one, you have to know how the match is progressing and this must be explained to newcomers otherwise they are just watching bikes whizzing round and round as Dave says
a relative newcomer to the highly-competitive world of business education
a partnership between the AIC, State Police Services and local researchers
a partnership between you, your employer (if applicable) and your Brunel tutors
Refers to the  Regional Partnerships programme.
Keywords:  bilingual
a bilingual program
an organised sequence of learning or other activity
a planned learning experience with, usually, agreed learning outcomes and would normally include integrated theory and practice with appropriate assessments
a unique combination of intensive classroom events, highlighting workplace-based scenarios, and an array of online learning mechanisms including Toolwire LiveLabs
Keywords:  sota, ltd, amateur, ecs, wholly
a radio or television show; "did you see his program last night?"
a not-for-profit Amateur Radio organisation which is wholly independent of SOTA Beams and ECS Ltd
a good training ground for exploring new ideas
an intensive one-week residential training in IPO UFSIA Management School in Antwerp
an identified part of the waste management process, eg., landfill, public education, municipal waste collection, refuse stations
a service offered by Instituto de Empresa to the international management community
a major participant in, and contributor to, the business culture of Hong Kong and Mainland China
a combination of a banner or text, an offer of commission, and a link to the Merchant's site
Programmes are setup by Advertisers. A Programme describes how much a Publisher is paid for specific actions. For example, an Advertiser sells DVDs online, and they want to offer Publishers 20% of the Sales resulting from the Publisher Site. Programmes can payout Publishers based on Unique Visitors, Leads, Sales & Repeat Sales, or a combination. If a Publisher joined the 20% Sale Programme mentioned, and a user clicks on a Netklix Link on their Site to take them through to the Advertiser, purchases a DVD for £20, the Publisher earns £4 (20%).
a demonstration of the country's technological prowess
an imaginative and effective example of how a relatively small amount of money may be used to build public sector research capacity in developing countries
An illustrated publication accompanying a production, which provides the audience with background information about the cast, creative team and playwright and essays relating to the play.
a 'core' module in ethical theory, which students relate to their wider understanding of religion and society through their optional module and dissertation
a response to an urgent need to promote understanding on a larger scale
a critical factor to their success
a great European success story
a recognised leader in teaching supply chain management, and is the official accreditation representative in South Africa of the European Certification Board for Logistics
an announcement of the events that will occur as part of a theatrical or sporting event; "you can't tell the players without a program"
A concatenation of one or more events under the control of a broadcaster.
A list of events that will occur. Sometimes confused with 'Program', which is used for computer instructions and is a list of events that will not occur.
a series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished; "they drew up a six-step plan"; "they discussed plans for a new bond issue"
a performance (or series of performances) at a public presentation; "the program lasted more than two hours"
a series of steps designed to achieve a specific result
a marathon, not a sprint and for each level minimum requirements are set
a plan, a set of intentions, which can be set out in general terms, and have validity without reference to specific experiences
Keywords:  mdi, master, see
See Master Programme and MDI.
Keywords:  fun, grand, town, invented, opportunity
a whole generation of children who have been given the opportunity to play the grand old game that was invented in their home town - and have lots of fun doing it
a non-governmental one and is being realised in six Polish cities
Keywords:  birthday, arrange, party
arrange a program of or for; "program the 80th birthday party"
set of coded instructions integrated for a computer to perform specific tasks
(computer science) a sequence of instructions that a computer can interpret and execute; "the program required several hundred lines of code"
a set of instructions that tells the computer how to perform a certain task
a way of prioritising and progressively examining and resolving these concerns
Keywords:  massive, decision
a massive decision
Refers to special purpose activities of an organisation. Such activities include, but are not limited to, the raising of capital, sale of a facility, fund-raising campaigns, new product or service introduction campaigns, capital expenditures, and special purpose government grants.
a contributing factor in corporate misconduct
Keywords:  appeal, see
see Appeal Programme
Keywords:  excellent, investment
an excellent investment
Keywords:  forward, annual, treat, looked
an annual treat to be looked forward to
Keywords:  write, computer
write a computer program