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>Great Britain The USA WHY? Further education Higher education Further education Higher education Great Britain The USA WHY? Further education Higher education Further education Higher education

>The USA further education Community College Associate’s Technical school degree Bachelor’s degree The USA further education Community College Associate’s Technical school degree Bachelor’s degree

>THE USA Grades and credits are transferable Community College grades, credits 4 year college/university THE USA Grades and credits are transferable Community College grades, credits 4 year college/university (remaining Technical school 2 years)

>Gr. Britain The USA University – academic education (non-vocational) College – less academic, more Gr. Britain The USA University – academic education (non-vocational) College – less academic, more practical, usu. vocational (commerce, technology, art, design, building etc) University, College, School: a) 2-year community/junior college b) technical school c) a law school d) a business school/ college c) grad. school d) evening school/night school e) summer school !!! College=school (within university)!!! Lex – to be in school NB! COLLEGIATE+UNIVERSITY EDUCATION UNDER ONE CORPORATION

>DEGREES Associate of Arts (A.A.)/ Under- Associate of Science (A.S.) graduate Bachelor of Arts DEGREES Associate of Arts (A.A.)/ Under- Associate of Science (A.S.) graduate Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) / degrees Bachelor of Sciences. (B.S.) Master of Arts/ Sciences (post) graduate Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) (= кандидат наук в России) degrees

>What is a GRADE ? What is a CREDIT ? What is a GRADE ? What is a CREDIT ?

>Grades A (5.0), B (4.0), C (3.0), D (2.0), E/F (1.0) – letter grades Grades A (5.0), B (4.0), C (3.0), D (2.0), E/F (1.0) – letter grades GPA can be counted CREDITS The number of points you get for attending a course 6 credits/ semester– for Theory and practice of Intercultural communication 3 credits/semester – Regional Studies

>How are credits earned? majors minors elective/optional subjects summer school How are credits earned? majors minors elective/optional subjects summer school

>TRANSCRIPT Doesn’t totally equal to «зачетка» or «вкладыш к диплому» Electronic + printed Copy TRANSCRIPT Doesn’t totally equal to «зачетка» or «вкладыш к диплому» Electronic + printed Copy of a student’s academic record!!!!! (electronic) Sent by e-mail to: a) another Educational Institution b) employer Records: courses, credits, grades, honors, degrees conferred

>Graduation package a diploma Graduation package a diploma

>Graduation package Graduation package

>American colleges/Universities Faculty Teaching assistant (instructor) Assistant professor Associate professor Full professor a grad American colleges/Universities Faculty Teaching assistant (instructor) Assistant professor Associate professor Full professor a grad student master’s degree works on PhD usu. PhD, often TENURED

>approximate correspondence Teaching assistant (instructor) - ассистент преподавателя Assistant professor (старший преподаватель) Associate professor approximate correspondence Teaching assistant (instructor) - ассистент преподавателя Assistant professor (старший преподаватель) Associate professor (адъюнкт-профессор) Full professor (профессор) Преподаватель Старший преподаватель (за заслуги в преподавательской деятельности) Доцент (-//-, кандидат наук) Профессор (-//-, доктор наук)

>Explain the terms A high school graduate vs a graduate student A tenure GPA Explain the terms A high school graduate vs a graduate student A tenure GPA Education record A major/ minor Student’s I.D. A counselor Post-graduate Transcript

>British VS American colleges Paid Relatively small (except Oxbridge) Parliamentary grants for the University British VS American colleges Paid Relatively small (except Oxbridge) Parliamentary grants for the University Student’s aid – local authorities Paid Combine a number of professional schools colleges – may give both special and higher education little/ no governmental support (funded by local, state or federal authorities, major companies, private organizations - ENDOWMENT) Student’s aid – the same source

>The most famous British and American universities Oxbridge Glasgow Edinburgh Leeds Manchester London Birmingham The most famous British and American universities Oxbridge Glasgow Edinburgh Leeds Manchester London Birmingham Liverpool Ivy League: Harvard Princeton Yale Columbia Dartmouth Cornell Pennsylvania Michigan California (Berkley) Massachusetts technical college