subfase + steunvak

English translation: consisting of / supporting course

10:35 Feb 28, 2001
Dutch to English translations [Non-PRO]
Dutch term or phrase: subfase + steunvak
This is all part of a translation of a grades list which is part of a degree certificate.
The term "subfase" is part of an academic course. A number of subjects dealt with in the "subfase" are listed. "Steunvak" is mentioned also in an academic context. Subjects are specified and some of them are called "Steunvakken". Any helps would be greatly appreciated.

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Willemina
Willemina Hagenauw
English translation:consisting of / supporting course
Explanation:
"'subphase" sounds to me like the contenst of the course, the various parts of which the whole consists.
"steunvak" is fairly straightforward, in my opinion.
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Alexander Schleber
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consisting of / supporting course


Explanation:
"'subphase" sounds to me like the contenst of the course, the various parts of which the whole consists.
"steunvak" is fairly straightforward, in my opinion.

Alexander Schleber
Belgium
Local time: 01:12
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