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PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2014 10:39 am 
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Each country has a typical path taken through education, and they can vary wildly, depending on where you are. To help make sure that your character is realistic, we've put together a guide to some of the most likely countries to be associated with the Stargate Project. These are just the basic timescales and qualifications, and there will be some differences, depending on field of study and your country. If in doubt, please yell at an admin for clarification.

If your chosen country is not listed, and you would like some help with research, please contact a staff member, who will be pleased to help.

USA
  • High School Diploma - age 18
  • Associate Degree - two years, standard completion at age 20
    AND/OR
  • Bachelors Degree - four years (or two if topping up an Associate degree), standard completion at age 22
  • Masters Degree - two or three years, standard completion at age 24 or 25
  • PhD - four years, standard completion at age 28 or 29


Canada
  • High School Diploma - age 18 (17 in Quebec)
  • Bachelors degree - three years (four in Quebec) - standard completion at age 21
  • Masters degree - two years - standard completion at age 23
  • PhD - three years - standard completion at age 26


UK
  • A levels/BTEC National Diploma - age 18
  • Bachelors degree - three years - standard completion at age 21
  • Masters degree - one year (two for research based degrees) - standard completion at age 22-23
  • PhD - three years - standard completion at age 25 or 26


Australia
  • Higher School Certificate/Certificate of Education - age 18
  • Bachelors degree - three or four years - standard completion at age 21 or 22
  • Masters degree - one or two years - standard completion between the ages of 22 and 24
  • PhD - three or four years - standard completion between the ages of 25 and 28


New Zealand
  • NCEA - age 18
  • Bachelors degree - three years - standard completion at age 21 (or 22 if Honours taken)
  • Masters degree - two years (or one if already holding a Bachelors degree with honours) - standard completion at age 23
  • PhD - three or four years - standard completion at age 26 or 27


France (and most other European Union countries)
  • Baccalauréat - age 18
  • Licence and Licence Professionnelle (Bachelor) - three years - standard completion at age 21
  • Master - two years - standard completion at age 23
  • Doctorat - three years - standard completion at age 26


Russia
As the education structure in Russia varies wildly from area to area, and subject to subject, please utilise this link for information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_Russia


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