English translation: B.Sc. in Marketing- Graduate from a secondary school with commercial orientation
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Spanish term or phrase:
Licenciada en Comercialización - Perito Mercantil
B.Sc. in Marketing- Graduate from a secondary school with commercial orientation
Explanation: In Argentina (assuming the CV belongs to an Argentinian) the phrase PERITO MERCANTIL is the degree you obtain when you finish High-School ( which in Argentina is called Secondary School) in institutions with a commercial orientation, as opposed to literary/technical. Expert is not possible, as it is used for the PERITOS in court who give their opinion (dictamen) as qualified university professionals.
Another option is : XX has a COMMERCIAL HIGH SCHOOL DEGREE
You probably got my answer wrong. The CV refers to 2 different degrees: one from High School (Perito Mercantil) and ANOTHER ONE, a UNIVERSITY DEGREE after graduating from High School (Licenciado). In Argentina LICENCIADO in anything is always a university degree, as B.Sc is. Hope it helps.
I insiste about NOT using chartered accountant for Perito Mercantil, as the former is a university degree and the latter is a high school degree. Absolutely different, in spite of entries in dictionaries you mentioned. Confusion arises from the fact that the word PERITO is usually used in court for a professional who is an expert in the field. Does not apply here. Hope it casts some light
Excellent answer, Estela Chemen understood really well the meaning I needed. Besides, I agree with her about the word ´expert´ which refers to Peritos in Argentina. She really has a knowledge of the system in Argentina. Thank you! 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
...Diplomas, CVs, etc., and I have yet to come across an academic title from a college or university, followed by a hyphen and the secondary school’s or high school’s specialty. That is the reason Henry and I asked you for more context.
Hello Analy, the references provided in the ask asker section, were for illustration purposes, not necessarily to provide an answer, which were not intentionally inserted in the answer section. Just as all of you, I have worked on a fair share of ...
Analy, en ningún momento nos aportaste el CONTEXTO solicitado (origen sobre todo) y aunque Estela supone que es Argentina, la respuesta que da es una anomalía ya que en inglés "B.Sc." es un título universitario y es un error muy grande..
Diccionario de Economía y Empresa de Andrew Miles, perito mercantil = expert accountant, qualified accountant. Business Spanish Dictionary Peter Collin Publishing, perito mercantil = chartered accountant...
I hope this helps...
Realmente falta contexto específico, como dice Henry... y sin deseos de complicar el asunto aun más... Dictionary of Modern Business de Robb, perito comercial (Ecuador) = expert accountant; perito mercantil (España) = expert accountant... (cont...)
... of a job or perhaps even a job title but not in regards to a Certificate or Degree. Also, I"d like to add that on a Resume or CV you may want to be more formal and specific B.S. is not just Bachelor alone. It's Bachelor of Science...
Hi Analy, I rean out of space on my neutral note below. I'll just continue it here.
alizestarfire: In CVs when dealing with Degrees and academics Minor is used instead of Expert. I do not recall seeing expert. Expert however I've seen as a description
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Bachelor of Marketing - Commercial Expert
Explanation: Sin mayor CONTEXTO.
Henry Hinds United States Local time: 15:37 Works in field Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in category: 81
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Asker: Thank you for taking the time to answer me Henry. I think the best answer is the one Estela sent because it really applies to the Argentine System. I could not send more info as the terms appear in a CV where the person just mentions the two titles she obtained: Perito Mercantil, which you get after finishing High School, and Licenciada en Comercialización which you get when you graduate from University. Until any moment. Analy