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Author:  Melgirl [ Wed Jun 14, 2006 6:57 pm ]
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Thanks. I was thinking of the actual paper- physically receiving it. Because I can get by for a while without that if the employers (read: ELTE) accept something from the TO saying "that if it wasn't for the crazy legislation of having a basic language exam I'd have the degree in my hands". :roll: I am too too tired to have to deal with this. But I have to. French oral exam was today. Who knows how that went but already in a cold sweat. Should be concentrating on my syntax II and state examination :) Anyways thanks again that's my rant :D

Author:  clarika [ Tue Jun 13, 2006 2:56 pm ]
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not really. you can show your employers-to-be your absolutorium which acts as a kind of pre-degree in some cases but without the certificate you cannot get a degree of any kind.

Author:  Melgirl [ Tue Jun 13, 2006 11:38 am ]
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I've been up and down the ETR and the TVSz to read about the language certificates that we need to receive our degrees. My question is that say I finish everything this semester (as I aim to) but fail to get the language certificate can I ask the TO to give me a paper saying that I have technically completed all pre-requisites for a degree (minus the language certificate) and am thus someone with a degree but it's not in my hands? Because I know they can't give me the actually physical "diploma" but I have in all respects completed everything that the university expects from me (to the best of my knowledge this stuff to do with lang. certificates is government legislation). Thanks.

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