Definition of Associateship. Meaning of Associateship. Synonyms of Associateship

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Definition of Associateship

Associateship
Associateship As*so"ci*ate*ship, n. The state of an associate, as in Academy or an office.

Meaning of Associateship from wikipedia

- be awarded to suitably qualified candidates as a first-class diploma ****ociateship of the Camborne School of Mines (ACSM) for BEng and BSc degrees Master...
- The ****ociateships of Imperial College London include the bachelor degree-equivalent awards the ****ociate of the Royal College of Science, the ****ociate...
- (SKD) Repository Natural Products Repository (NPARR) NISCAIR offered ****ociateship in Information Science (AIS), a two-year masters degree level professional...
- The ****ociateship or ****ociate of King's College (AKC) award was the degree-equivalent qualification of King's College London from 1833. It is the original...
- through the National Academies' National Research Council research ****ociateship program. On 9 June 1909, Secretary of the Navy George von L. Meyer signed...
- posts, the opportunity of involvement with the College. Specialist ****ociateship of the College is open to registered medical practitioners working in...
- silk. Students graduating who have also completed the tradition of ****ociateship of King's College (AKC), will wear as part of their academic gown a...
- Information TechnologyInstitution of Engineering and Technology The ****ociateship of the City and Guilds of London Institute is awarded to undergraduates...
- membership fees. Older and more academic/professional societies may offer ****ociateships and/or fellowships to fellows who are appropriately qualified by honoris...
- appropriate ****ociateship according to their course, either the ****ociateship of the City & Guilds of London Institute (ACGI) or the ****ociateship of the Royal...