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  1. ...school. Further Education means education beyond what is compulsory, and school is compulsory... colleges - NHDs, City & Guilds , Modern Apprenticeships. 5. For...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 04/06/2009

  2. ... you listed sound like significant outcomes of art education , not influences on art education . If I was given...

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  3. ... were the backbone of th eElizabethan educational system. Many of them were re-... were endowed by ththe craft guilds , and others had been founded...

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  4. ... certain colleges that have degrees in game design (such as the guild , google it). However, you can break in with any sort of computer design degree...

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  5. now a days, distance education is common. so do job first then study at leisure times.

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  6. ... the rudiments of education . Such education was rather a hit-and-miss affair, and the children...and there was always the chance that the parson or a craft guild would take an interest in a promising boy and help...

    2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 10/11/2009

  7. ...elsewhere) some schools that were run by trade guilds etc. again, as in most other countries, most ... at home, though some got their education in nunneries. upper class children ...

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  8. The most likely place is a craft guild or continuing education operation that allows access after classes are taken...

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  9. ...pretty good guess, but most likely they had something of a guild system. If you were the poor son of a carpenter... families simply paid for your education , but it was in a surprising sort of way...

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  10. If you are old enough, you can apply to university as a mature student. The requirements for applying may differ slightly from school to school, but are similar, and all schools accept mature students. The requirements are that...

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