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Hi, thanks for your replies!
In our system we have elementary school (at 6-11 yrs), middle school (around 12-14 yrs) - that was mandatory school when I attended it (now things are changed and age has raised to 18 yrs old). After that we have Liceo (secondary school) and, at the end of it, a state exam that is the prerequisite to access university courses...
As far as I understand A level corresponds to our Liceo....? :$
I am applying for a Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology in the UK. In the application I am required to list any A/AS Level qualification I posses, but I am not sure what school course/university degree corresponds to it in the Italian education system! Anybody can help with that?
Many thanks to you All!
I want to apply to a PsyD in clinical psychology in the UK. The first thing they require if you are an international applicant is the graduate basis for registration (GBR) of the British Psychological Societ. Anybody has experience with that and can tell me what is that, how long does it take to go through the process etc?
Thanks a lot, any help greatly appreciated!
Thanks a lot to you All. I think Thecoastman is right, and that my confusion arises from the fact that in the US they have different roles...a friend of mine (US) in her CV defined the Professor she worked with during her PhD, her Advisor, and she used the same term for the guy she worked with on Master thesis....I think I am going to do the same! :o) Thanks again!
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