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doctorate

the highest academic degree in any field of knowledge
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Education and occupation were recoded into bivariate variables: earned doctorate and university professor.
Speaking ahead of the ceremony Bryn said: "I am honoured to receive an Honorary Doctorate in Music from Bangor University.
He received his doctorate at the university's graduation ceremony on 25 November at the Guildhall, London.
Brian was receiving his doctorate today at Middlesbrough Town Hall, with his wife Katriona and daughter Katharine watching in the audience.
The bar should be kept high but he feels there are worthy recipients in Ireland, such as Bono, who received a doctorate in literature from Trinity College in 2003.
Delivering a speech in the ceremony, Erdogan said that he was awarded with title of honorary doctorate by several universities in Turkey and other countries while he was serving as prime minister.
Yesterday he was presented with an honorary doctorate by the University of Glamorgan at a ceremony at the university's campus in Treforest, near Pontypridd.
The Doctorate of Law in Public, Private, or Criminal Sciences being offered by the Dubai Police Academy, will be offered to officers and civilians from the UAE, GCC states and with certain evaluations to other nationalities, said Major General Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, acting chief of Dubai Police.
Summary: The British University in Dubai (BUiD) -- the Middle East's leading research-based postgraduate university -- has announced that its inaugural Doctorate in Education degree has received close to five times as many applicants as there are available places for the 2009 intake.
Detailed information is provided in 17 tables by field of doctorate, doctoral institution, and characteristics of the doctorate recipient, including sex, race/ ethnicity and citizenship.
AP) -- The State Board of Education is sticking by its requirement for the next chancellor of Alabama's two-year college system to have an earned doctorate from an accredited college or university.
Most of the new Shoura members hold doctorate degrees from American and British universities in different subjects, including management, engineering, education, political science and law.