What Is A 2 Year Diploma Called?

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What Is A 2 Year Diploma Called?

What Is A 2 Year Diploma Called?

A 2 year Diploma is called and Associate Degree, this qualification is studied for 2 year at the Further Educational institutions and Universirties. An associate degree is an undergraduate degree earned after two to three years of post-secondary study. It is a level of education that is higher than a high school diploma, GED, or matriculation but lower than a bachelor’s degree.

A diploma is a certificate issued by an educational institution (such as a college or university) indicating that the recipient has successfully completed their courses of study. Diplomas are often more tailored to a single career, take less time to complete, and give more vocational experience.

A diploma takes between two and four years to complete, depending on whether you study full-time or part-time. Diploma degrees offers field-specific training and expertise that is particularly valuable in achieving your career ambitions.

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Levels Of Diploma

  • Higher National Diploma:

A Higher National Diploma (HND) is a level 5 certificate that corresponds to the second year of a bachelor’s degree programme.

  • Diploma of Higher Education:

A Diploma of Higher Education (DipHE) is similar to an HND but focuses on academics rather than vocational examinations. It is the academic equivalent of an HND, hence earning a DipHE is also comparable to two years of full-time university study.

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  • Level 3 National Diploma:

An A-level is comparable to a Level 3 National Diploma. This is also known as a BTEC Level 3 qualification. The acronym BTEC refers for Business Technology and Education Council, which was the first organisation to give these qualifications.

  • Graduate diploma:

A graduate diploma is a credential that individuals obtain after completing their bachelor’s degree. A graduate diploma takes just two-thirds of an academic year to complete, and the course counts for 80-120 credits.

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  • Postgraduate diploma

If you want to improve your education in your profession but don’t have the time to earn a master’s degree, a postgraduate certificate is a good choice. Receiving a postgraduate certificate takes less time than finishing a whole master’s degree and does not require students to submit a dissertation.

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