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12:18 Jan 13, 2003
German to English translations [Non-PRO] Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase:Mag. Ing.
I know we've had this discussion before, but I can't find this in the glossary.
Sorry, but I do not have enough information to tell you which university or which country he obtained his degree from. This is a service evaluation report and there are managers of different departments. There is no referrence to where they come from.
Princeton University Home Page, The Master of Engineering Program. Home Master of Engineering What door leads to my future? How do I open the door to my future? ... www.princeton.edu/~seasweb/meng/ - 9k
I might be wrong but this term has an Austrian ring to it (and I am not Austrian therefore not best versed in the ins and outs of their academic system). I am also fully aware that degrees are very often not comparable across countries, never mind continents! However, I think in this case you can.
hope it helps.
Nicole Tata Local time: 10:33 Native speaker of: English, German PRO pts in pair: 1326