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Thursday, 18 August 2005

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Della Bradshaw

One of the most interestring areas in the German education system, I believe, is in their system for awarding doctoral degrees.

While most of Europe has focused on the introduction of bachelor and masters degrees as the real issue, in Germany the system for doctoral degrees is very different from elsewhere in the world.

Every year German business schools graduate hundreds of doctoral students. Those who want to become professors then go on and complete a further degree.

What do German universities intend to do with this unwieldly two-tier doctoral system before the final implementation of Bologna in 2010?

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