starting course

starting course

The first course of shingles applied to roof sheathing, along a line adjacent to the eaves.
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The meeting agreed that the Afghan students will require to produce an equivalent academic certificate necessary for getting admission in Pakistani universities besides undergoing a language course in Pakistan before starting course of study.
The first Glamorgan scholarship is an entry scholarship worth pounds 3,000 in total, pounds 1,000 to be paid each year to students who have achieved 300 or more UCAS points prior to starting course.
I plan to get in 10 rounds of practice before the event because it is a tough starting course.
SIALKOT -- Provincial Minister for Education Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan has stressed the need for starting courses of environmental sciences, some professional education and research programmes at Government College Women University Sialkot (GCWUS), following the global trade and industrial significance of the city.
It's little over a year since it was first proposed, but the National MBA in Cyber Security from Coventry University Business School has now been introduced at a House of Commons event addressed by shadow business minister Chi Onwurah MP, supported by both the prime minister and leader of the opposition - and the initial class of students is starting courses in January next year.
STATE school students are starting courses at the UK's top universities with lower grades on average than those educated privately, new research suggests.
The 2430 students starting courses this year are down 20 per cent compared to 3060 who started two years ago.
Potential students interested in starting courses at Stockton Riverside College (SRC) this September can now attend "speed dating-style" interviews aimed at speeding up the whole process and cutting out the waiting phase.
Superfast learners Adam Edgar, 20, from Capel Curig and Ashleigh Pritchard, 17, from Pwllheli each won gold at the Skills Competition Wales marine engineering contest just months after starting courses in the subject.
A spokeswoman for the university said the figure only referred to UK undergraduates of black Caribbean origin starting courses in 2009/10.
Jeremy Lefroy (Cons, Stafford) said pupils starting courses last September now faced losing their Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) for the second year of a two-year course leaving some in limbo.
She also suggested that a committee could also be formed for having better coordination with the UGC and demanded efforts for starting courses in newly- formed departments of the university.