En Amérique du Nord, les établissements d'enseignement supérieur (en anglais, graduate schools) sont des structures universitaires offrant des programmes menant aux diplômes de maîtrise ou de doctorat. Les études supérieures (en anglais, graduate studies) suivent les études de premier cycle (en anglais, undergraduate studies), dont la fin est sanctionnée par le bachelor's degree (équivalent anglo-saxon de la licence en France, ou baccalauréat au Québec et en Belgique),.

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  • En Amérique du Nord, les établissements d'enseignement supérieur (en anglais, graduate schools) sont des structures universitaires offrant des programmes menant aux diplômes de maîtrise ou de doctorat. Les études supérieures (en anglais, graduate studies) suivent les études de premier cycle (en anglais, undergraduate studies), dont la fin est sanctionnée par le bachelor's degree (équivalent anglo-saxon de la licence en France, ou baccalauréat au Québec et en Belgique),. Bien que les études spécialisées de médecine, de droit et de commerce s'effectuent elles aussi après l'obtention du bachelor's degree, on désigne généralement les établissements où elles sont dispensées par le nom du programme lui-même : medical school (ou, plus couramment med school), law school et business school respectivement.Les programmes d'études supérieures peuvent être sanctionnés par différents types de diplôme, dont la maîtrise professionnelle (maîtrise ès arts ou maîtrise ès sciences) ou la maîtrise de recherche et le doctorat (Ph.D).
  • A graduate school is a school that awards advanced academic degrees (i.e. master's and doctoral degrees) with the general requirement that students must have earned a previous undergraduate (bachelor's) degree. A distinction is typically made between graduate schools (where courses of study do not provide training for a particular profession) and professional schools, which offer specialized advanced degrees in professional fields such as medicine, business, engineering, ministry or law.Many universities award graduate degrees; a graduate school is not necessarily a separate institution. While the term "graduate school" is typical in the United States and often used elsewhere (e.g. Canada), "postgraduate education" is also used in some English-speaking countries (Australia, Canada, Ireland, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and the UK) to refer to the spectrum of education beyond a bachelor's degree. Those attending graduate schools are called "graduate students" (in both American and British English), or often in British English as "postgraduate students" and, colloquially, "postgraduates" and "postgrads". Degrees awarded to graduate students include master's degrees, doctoral degrees, and other postgraduate qualifications such as graduate certificates and professional degrees.Note in the USA Grade school is used as a term but this refers to elementary education of young children not university level.Producing original research is often a significant component of graduate studies, including the writing and defense of a thesis or dissertation. The term "graduate school" is primarily North American. Additionally, in North America, the term does not usually refer to medical school (whose students are called "medical students"), and only occasionally refers to law school or business school: these are often collectively termed professional schools.Although graduate school programs are distinct experiences from undergraduate degree programs, graduate instruction (in the US, Australia and other countries) is often offered by some of the same senior academic staff and departments who teach undergraduate courses. Unlike in undergraduate programs, however, it is rare for graduate students to take coursework outside their specific field of study at graduate or graduate entry level. At the Ph.D. level, though, it is quite common to take courses from a wider range of study, for which some fixed portion of coursework, sometimes known as a residency, is typically required to be taken from outside the department and college of the degree-seeking candidate, to broaden the research abilities of the student. Some institutions designate separate graduate versus undergraduate staff and denote other divisions (often called School of X, e.g., diplomacy)
  • 大学院(だいがくいん)とは、大学の学部課程の上に設けられ、学部課程を卒業した人、およびこれと同等以上の学力を有すると認められた者を対象に、学術の理論および応用を教育研究し、文化の進展に寄与することを目的とするものである(学校教育法第99条)。大学院には、博士前期課程、博士後期課程、一貫制博士課程、後期3年博士課程、4年制博士課程、修士課程、専門職学位課程などと通称される多数の課程がある。
  • 대학원(大學院)은 대학을 졸업한 사람(학사)이나 그와 동등 이상의 학력을 가진다고 인정된 사람을 대상으로, 심화된 학술 이론과 응용을 교수, 연구하는 과정이다. 석사, 박사 등의 상급 학위를 수여한다.
  • Graduate School bezeichnet unter anderem in den USA, Großbritannien, Südafrika und Namibia Bildungseinrichtungen, die akademische Grade (z. B. Master, Ph.D.) vergeben. Voraussetzung ist, dass die Studenten zuvor einen ersten Hochschulabschluss (z. B. Undergraduate, Bachelor) erworben haben.In den USA und Kanada können aufgrund der stark variierenden Qualität in der Lehre, gemessen am Hochschulranking, die Zulassungsbedingungen recht unterschiedlich sein. Beispielsweise wird an Eliteuniversitäten, wie Harvard University und McGill University, die sich jeweils auf Platz 1 laut QS World University Rankings in den USA bzw. Kanada finden, zumindest ein universitärer Bachelor Honours (wissenschaftliches Diplomstudium mit Bachelor Thesis) verlangt. Der Bachelor Honours-Abschluss berechtigt, im Gegensatz zum Three-year oder Four-year College-Bachelor, unter bestimmten Voraussetzungen auch den direkten Zugang zu PhD-Studiengängen. Eine Graduate School kann eine eigenständige private oder staatliche Bildungseinrichtung sein oder Teil eines Universitätsbetriebes.
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  • En Amérique du Nord, les établissements d'enseignement supérieur (en anglais, graduate schools) sont des structures universitaires offrant des programmes menant aux diplômes de maîtrise ou de doctorat. Les études supérieures (en anglais, graduate studies) suivent les études de premier cycle (en anglais, undergraduate studies), dont la fin est sanctionnée par le bachelor's degree (équivalent anglo-saxon de la licence en France, ou baccalauréat au Québec et en Belgique),.
  • 大学院(だいがくいん)とは、大学の学部課程の上に設けられ、学部課程を卒業した人、およびこれと同等以上の学力を有すると認められた者を対象に、学術の理論および応用を教育研究し、文化の進展に寄与することを目的とするものである(学校教育法第99条)。大学院には、博士前期課程、博士後期課程、一貫制博士課程、後期3年博士課程、4年制博士課程、修士課程、専門職学位課程などと通称される多数の課程がある。
  • 대학원(大學院)은 대학을 졸업한 사람(학사)이나 그와 동등 이상의 학력을 가진다고 인정된 사람을 대상으로, 심화된 학술 이론과 응용을 교수, 연구하는 과정이다. 석사, 박사 등의 상급 학위를 수여한다.
  • A graduate school is a school that awards advanced academic degrees (i.e. master's and doctoral degrees) with the general requirement that students must have earned a previous undergraduate (bachelor's) degree.
  • Graduate School bezeichnet unter anderem in den USA, Großbritannien, Südafrika und Namibia Bildungseinrichtungen, die akademische Grade (z. B. Master, Ph.D.) vergeben. Voraussetzung ist, dass die Studenten zuvor einen ersten Hochschulabschluss (z. B. Undergraduate, Bachelor) erworben haben.In den USA und Kanada können aufgrund der stark variierenden Qualität in der Lehre, gemessen am Hochschulranking, die Zulassungsbedingungen recht unterschiedlich sein.
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