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posgrado de especialización en Finanzas

English translation: Graduate degree in Finance

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07:30 May 31, 2000
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Spanish term or phrase: posgrado de especialización en Finanzas
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English translation:Graduate degree in Finance
Explanation:
Magdalena is right. A "grado" is a degree or diploma. (Definition of Pequenio Larousse: Cada uno de los titulos que se concede al superar alguno de los niveles en que se dividen los estudios de ensenianza media y superior: grado de bachiller; grado de doctor.)
A "posgrado" is a graduate degree. (Sorry, no diacritics). I hope this helps.
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Summary of answers provided
naGraduate degree in Financeemcall
naPost-graduate Specialisation in FinancexxxLia Fail
naGraduate Degree in FinancesMagdalena Smoot
nagraduate course in financePhillip Berryman
naSpecialization course in FinanceCarolina Alfaro de Carvalho
naPost Graduate Specialization in FinanceDanaTrans


  

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13 mins
Post Graduate Specialization in Finance


Explanation:
Post-graduate coursework - Finance or Post Graduate, Finance Major.
Please consider that small variations in this phrase are also acceptable, depending on the educational system. Good luck!

DanaTrans
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15 mins
Specialization course in Finance


Explanation:
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Graduate course in Finance



Carolina Alfaro de Carvalho
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Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese, Native in SpanishSpanish
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1 hr
graduate course in finance


Explanation:
The "pos" generally means after university degree, so it is not "postgraduate" in the sense of being after graduate studies. Because courses and degrees are not exactly equivalent something as apparently straightforward as a transcript is trickier than it seems at first glance.

Phillip Berryman
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1 hr
Graduate Degree in Finances


Explanation:
Good luck!
Magdalena

Magdalena Smoot
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1 hr
Graduate degree in Finance


Explanation:
Magdalena is right. A "grado" is a degree or diploma. (Definition of Pequenio Larousse: Cada uno de los titulos que se concede al superar alguno de los niveles en que se dividen los estudios de ensenianza media y superior: grado de bachiller; grado de doctor.)
A "posgrado" is a graduate degree. (Sorry, no diacritics). I hope this helps.

emcall
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2 days 5 hrs
Post-graduate Specialisation in Finance


Explanation:
academia differs substantially from country to country. the uk system is graduate course, then master's then doctorate. if the country in question is spain, which has adopted the 'master's' system via the MBA (originally intended I believe to equip business people without uni ed with theoretical mangmt skills, and subsequently acquiring snob status) then one can't be sure if the course is a specialisation run by a business school such as ESADE Barcelona, or a more formal doctorate. I would use the word post-graduate certainly, but can't adventure more without more info. it would be interesting to know which is the awarding body, for example.

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