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diplom uddannelse

English translation: Degree/ University degree

13:50 Jan 17, 2001
Danish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Danish term or phrase: diplom uddannelse
"diplom uddannelse i DM/CRM"
David Tordrup (X)
Local time: 13:10
English translation:Degree/ University degree
Explanation:
This would be my suggestion

A degree/university degree in/within DM/CRM

( you probably do not have to translate DM/CRM )
( if DM = Data Management)
CRM = Customer Relationship Management

Best of luck !

Greetings from Tone

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Tone Wittmann
Local time: 13:10
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Degree/ University degree


Explanation:
This would be my suggestion

A degree/university degree in/within DM/CRM

( you probably do not have to translate DM/CRM )
( if DM = Data Management)
CRM = Customer Relationship Management

Best of luck !

Greetings from Tone



Tone Wittmann
Local time: 13:10
Native speaker of: Native in NorwegianNorwegian
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Explanation:
Depending on which level of diploma it is the name of it would be different in Britain. Degree is correct but very general. At pre-bachelor level there is an HND (Higher National Diploma), at post bachelor level, there is a diploma called post graduate diploma. I suspect that this is what is meant by the Danish term, especially if it lasts for 4-5 years (or 1 or 2 years on top of the BA).
The Abreviations should not be translated unless it is vital and then only in brachets with the original abbreviations given.
Hope this is helpful.

Benjamin Halbe (X)
Local time: 12:10
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