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Synonyms for academic year

the period of time each year when the school is open and people are studying

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The total percentage of graduates of the academic year 2016/2017 was (48%) of the
The total number of students in all the schools in Qatar for the academic year 2012-13 was 232,345.
(a) What is the difference in dual credit enrollment at a Texas community college from the 2005-2006 to the 20112012 academic years by gender?
Dubai With the start of the new academic year in September, holidays for all public and private schools, colleges and universities in all curricula across the UAE will be unified.
They want the Education Ministry to postpone the new timings until the beginning of the new academic year in September, arguing that schools and parents were not ready for the decision.
5 for 2012 stipulating for allowing the undergraduates at the Syrian universities who have exhausted their examination opportunities in the years mentioned in the decree to participate in the exams of the second semester and the exams of summer session of the academic year 2011/2012 or to the exams of summer session of 2011/2012 and the first semester exams of 2011/2013.
Effective for the 2003-2004 academic year, the sticker price for an in-state resident will more than double from the 2002-2003 rate of $8,700 to meet the out-of-state rate of $18,103.
A total of five cases of expulsion of students were brought to the notice of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) during the academic year 2011-2012, Mohammad Darwish, Chief of Regulation and Compliance Commission at the KHDA, said.
In this Issue Brief, differences in the average number of course credits earned between high school graduates and dropouts, both within and accumulated across academic years, are examined in order to describe enrollment and completion behavior of high school graduates and dropouts.