CSc.

English translation: ~Ph.D.

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Czech term or phrase:CSc
English translation:~Ph.D.

22:10 Aug 20, 2001
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Czech term or phrase: CSc.
Czech abbreviation in need of expansion. Context: Benes Jan ing. CSc., Praha, CZ
Yngve Roennike
Local time: 09:26
PhD
Explanation:
CSc (Candidate of Science) is a construction borrowed from the USSR system in the 50ies. The qualifications and the examinations required for this title correspond best to a PhD. Today, Czech universities
no longer issue the CSc title. Instead, after 3-4 years of graduate studies, you will be awarded a regular PhD. Therefore, I believe that PhD is the most accurate English counterpart of the former CSc title.
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Michal Kucera
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Local time: 14:26
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na +2CSc
Radovan Pletka
naPhD
Michal Kucera


  

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CSc


Explanation:
CSc is Czech abbreviation for a kandidat ved (Candidate of Science)scientific title under communist system, which you got, after finishing university, when you wrote a disertation work and defended it. Difficult to compare with US system.

Radovan Pletka
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Native speaker of: Czech
PRO pts in pair: 101

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PhD


Explanation:
CSc (Candidate of Science) is a construction borrowed from the USSR system in the 50ies. The qualifications and the examinations required for this title correspond best to a PhD. Today, Czech universities
no longer issue the CSc title. Instead, after 3-4 years of graduate studies, you will be awarded a regular PhD. Therefore, I believe that PhD is the most accurate English counterpart of the former CSc title.


    I am a university lecturer (currently in the UK).
Michal Kucera
United Kingdom
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PRO pts in pair: 7
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