Re: HELP: Academic terms
- Hi Coilin,
Here's just a little bit that I can tell you:
>"Absolvent odborn� st�ze na Tchaj-wanu a >pedagogick�ho minima..."Indeed, as Jirka already mentioned, the minimum refers to courses taken in order to become a teacher officially recognized by the Ministry of Education. People can take those in addition to whatever major thay may study.
>"...je garantem p�edm�t� Ekonomick� anal�za >podnik�n�, Ekonomika agr�rn�hoI do not know what exactly being a "garant" entails, but somehow I doubt that it refers to "external examiner". Such people used to be called "externi ucitel/profesor/examinator". I think it may refer to being a "sponzor", but am unsure. I will keep digging.
>sektoru a Evropsk� integrace..."
>Could this perhaps mean that he is what we would call >an "external examiner" for certain university courses?
>"Absolventka VSZ Praha, Fakulta provozn� >ekonomick�..."This may be closest to what is today called "podnikova ekonomika a management", uci se to na fakulte "narodohospodarske". See description of departments and waht they teach at:
>"Absolvent Filosofick� fakulty v Brn�, jednooborov� >psychologie..." - DoesI believe that is a pretty accurate description. (It used to be under the old pre-1989 system that one most commonly had to take "dvouoborove studium", combining your desired subject with another, often unwanted, subject).
>"jednooborov� psychologie" correspond to what we >would call "pure
>psychology" in Irish universities, i.e. a >humanities/science degree taken in
>psychology on its own without any accompanying >subject?
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