Academic Year


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Academic Year

That period of time necessary to complete an actual course of study during a school year.

Social Security benefits may terminate at the end of an academic year, or a deferment from compulsory military service may continue only during an academic year.

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There were 47,397 students in the pre-primary classes while 105,942 students attended the primary classes during the academic year.
1 honours degree qualification on physics postgraduate ITT courses starting in the 2013/14 academic year would receive the PS15,000 incentive grant.
The combined total of associate degrees and certificates conferred during an academic year for every 100 year-round, end-of-term undergraduate FTE generated during the same year.
The decree includes the undergraduates and the students of specialization and qualification studies who exhausted their examination opportunities in the academic years 2005/2006, 2006/2007, 2007/2008, 2008/2009, 2009/2010, 2010/2011 or in the first semester of the academic year 2011/2012.
Mr Andrews said: "The ITT incentive grants we are making available for the 2012/13 academic year are aimed at strengthening ITT in Wales.
UK university applications for the current academic year rose by 1.
School principals said the large turnout of teachers and their efforts have been a huge success so far, and praised the Education Ministry for its help to ensure a new and successful academic year for all Bahraini students.
It believes it has received 80% of applications expected for this academic year, with over 60% of those already approved, 15% waiting for further evidence and the rest currently being processed.
The previous academic year saw numerous student protests, resulting in clashes between students and security forces on university campuses across the country.
According to the academy's heads, the proposed curriculum of the 6th academic year, which covers studies of both Nabati and classical poetry, is set to witness more developments, one of them being the extension of the academic period to five months.
As Gulf News reported on November 11 and 12, grade 12 pupils were overburdened with the introduction of Arabic as a compulsory paper halfway through the academic year in mid-October.
The 15 new academics slated to join GU-Q's Education City campus in the new academic year belong to various disciplines, including economics, applied linguistics, English, world literature, and Arabic language, literature and culture.