Telephones use electricity you Fascist. Why do you hate the planet?Wonderful news. I'm sure China, India and the USA will be hot on the heals of Glasgow, not wishing to be left behind!
The world is saved - somebody ring Greta!
Edited for accuracy.There was a takeaway near my old flat which used to do a munchy box like the one above* that included a ten deck of lambert and butler.
It made me
feel proud to be Scottisha fat, bloated Sweaty sock.
*thats bollocks, it was more ridiculous.
It must be awkward for Scots trannies, they must have to go the extra mile not to blend in
4 years is a bachelors with honours degree in Scotland (5 for a masters), the same degree in England is 3 years. I believe this was because of differences in secondary education with highers (Scotland) and A levels not being equivalent. You could do sixth year studies in my day (then higher stills, now **** knows) and this would let you go straight into 2nd year at uni in Scotland.4 year honours courses where you'll graduate with a Masters , England was/is 3 years so you can grow up and learn to be independent from mummy and daddy but 2 years full time sounds very reasonable.
The same rules on residency they chose which allowed EU nationals resident in Scotland to vote and be targeted by Project Bollocks's "A yes vote means Scotland will leave the EU and then where will you be?"So desperately cynical, they'll hold their nose to achieve greatness for wee Nippy.
My youngest son did 4 years at St Andrews and was awarded a first class honours Masters degree in Medieval History & English.Some 4 year degrees in Scotland, like a 4 year bachelor degree in English lit from Glasgow, is titled a masters however in reality it isn’t; if you wanted to go and do a PhD for example, you would still need to go do a 1 year masters course prior to that*
*thats what I’ve seen anyway.
The Bologna Accord, stating full signatories should afford each other's students fee rates and access to funding in the same basis as local students with the costs refunded by the student's home government.What was the story behind that?
Ancient universities in Scotland title their Arts, Humanities and some Social Science degrees as Master of Arts for historic reasons. They're undergraduate degrees though.My youngest son did 4 years at St Andrews and was awarded a first class honours Masters degree in Medieval History & English.
That’s what I understand. Old unis such as a St. Andrews, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen have the right to issue masters degrees for courses which, I’d run by Strathclyde, Abertay, Stirling etc would be bachelors degrees. From what I remember (i left uni 15 years ago....), this was not the case for modern degrees whereas the old degree types (literature, history, philosophy, theology) received masters.My youngest son did 4 years at St Andrews and was awarded a first class honours Masters degree in Medieval History & English.
Sheer brilliance.The Bologna Accord, stating full signatories should afford each other's students fee rates and access to funding in the same basis as local students with the costs refunded by the student's home government.
The way it operates is that if a French student wants to study in Scotland, they're eligible for the same fee level as a Scottish student and can apply to SAAS for their maintenance costs. The French government then repays the costs. Similarly in reverse for a Scottish student studying in France.
English students can only apply to their home LEA for funding regardless of where they study, and since nobody south of the border saw any reason to change how they did things they opted out of that Bologna provision. As a result, the home LEAs won't refund costs and English students aren't eligible under the reciprocal funding agreement.
Obviously, choices having consequences is some vast anti-English plot hatched north of the border to deny them something they're not entitled to by their own actions.