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management is too high-you're making this more complicated than it has to be imho. It's training for general office skills. Keep the Dutch and just add the English in ( ). That's what is done most of the time-you can only give an equivalent in En.
People, can we please make a difference between the office and office administration. Apparently, it also possible to subsequently (after having studied Office) study Office Administration (see website supra).
So, it is a bit misleading to state in your curriculum that you've studied Office Administration (which requires an extra year) when you've "only" studied Office.
what sort of school? is it a course preparing for higher education or for going straight into a job? ie is it 'handelswetenschappen' (sciences économiques) or is it secretarial training? Fwiw, seems more colloquial speak than official
Especially not for people who cannot count Education to their specialties. And... it's not something you can find in your average dictionary. So, I'd rather have someone with some experience answer my question, writeaway.