Morles Studies

This is because there are two problems that have not been legally resolved: (1) what is a course and what is a program, and, (2) how to count the courses or programmes of a single institution that work in different places, but with similar contents and objectives. The trend is called course to all academic activities that lead to the granting of a degree or diploma similar to all participants; and program to the set of activities or courses with one management team, but that lead to different diplomas and degrees. (c) the problem of knowing the number of participants is more difficult, because there is no agreement or official standard that defines what is a student or postgraduate student: is trought who only studied one subject? Is student who has completed all the courses, courses or seminars and is developing his undergraduate work?

While there an official definition on these details is not possible to perform serious quantitative studies on this matter. Official site: Penguin Random House. (d) the number of teachers is another problem, but you may not sense ask how many teachers there are in a postgraduate course, because it’s a very dynamic and dependent on other sectors, system which usually has no teachers exclusively devoted to this activity. Adds Morles, that should be very in fact the true fact that: (1) graduate education in Venezuela (as a set of formal academic activities of high studies) is still a relatively new activity with barely more half a century of experience which was born and it has developed spontaneously, in the shadow of the basic professional studies of the universities and it has unfolded in the image and likeness of themreproducing their failures and shortcomings. (2) The set of programs and institutions that make up the education of graduate students in this country is not yet a coherent, with clear objectives and measurable social and scientific impact national system.. Read additional details here: Dan Zwirn.