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By letter of 7 February 2007, the head of the Vacancy Management Group wrote to the Director of Studies of the Pigier school in order to obtain confirmation of attendance and the delivery of a certificate for an internship in computer studies for the academic year 1990/91. (...) Nicaise Zocli, Director of Studies at the Pigier school, called by the respondent to testify. (...) The contents of the transcript could be interpreted to mean that he had regularly attended classes at that institution and had received grades sufficient to validate his level of study. However, the applicant states that he never studied at the Pigier school. 48.
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Score: 647807.86 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2009-091e.pdf
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In November 2007, the study was published by ECOWAS and the Statistics Division was credited as having Translated from French Case No. (...) It had been decided after the ECOWAS study was completed that she would be promoted to the P-4 level. (...) While she maintains that DESA had no right to make her work on the drafting of the poverty study published by ECOWAS without her role as co-author being acknowledged, the Applicant does not seriously argue that the involvement of DESA in the study was contrary to the mission assigned to that Department.
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Score: 630910.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2012-064e.pdf
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The field of study “Humanities” included “Cultural Studies”. 11. (...) Jansen, Examinations Officer, Examinations and Tests Section (“ETS”), Department of Management, told the Tribunal that in 2013 the CEB discussed in depth what an applicant would have to have studied in order to include his or her study programme under “Cultural Studies”. (...) In 2013, it was determined that new staff members who had studied “Cultural Studies” might be needed in the field of Administration, but not those who had studied languages. 46.
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Score: 623071.88 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-044.pdf
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The Applicant submits this caused significant delay in the completion of his studies and mental distress, for which he seeks compensation. 2. (...) The proposal, which should not exceed four pages, should contain the following information: (a) Title of the research or study project; (b) Field of the research or study project; (c) Rationale for the research or study project; (d) Relationship of the research or study project to the work of the individual and to the work of the Organization; (e) Outline of the topic or topics to be covered; (f) Study or research activities; (g) Detailed methodology; (h) Schedule of work of the research or study project, with an indication of any preparatory work already accomplished; (i) Usefulness of the expected outcome of the research or study project and its practical implications for the individual and the Organisation. 35. (...) ST/AI/2000/4 requires that applications be evaluated on the basis of, inter alia, the “[f]easibility of the proposed study and Page 18 of 19 Case No. UNDT/NY/2010/069 Judgment No.
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Score: 621916.26 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-139.pdf
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According to the later “Recommendation on the Recognition of Studies and Qualifications in Higher Education” (of 13 November 1993) – ‘higher education’ means all types of studies training or training for research at the post-secondary level, provided by universities or other educational establishments, that are approved as institutions of higher education by the competent State authorities. 4. (...) The Board of Examiners considered that completion of the applicant’s vocational studies with the Centre was not equivalent to undertaking a university degree and that the Centre is not an institution of equivalent status to either a university or higher studies institution for the purposes of the French educational system. (...) The criticism of the applicant that there was no requirement of vocational relevance in the required university studies is unconvincing since it is obvious that any course of at least three years university study requires a Page 10 of 13 Case No.
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Score: 610086.23 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-012.pdf
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In addition, this study leave will also reflect positively on my students’ learning in the English Department at FESA. (...) The Appellant also submits he is entitled to paid study leave pursuant to the terms of PD A/5 and PD A/17. 7. He argues that his post-doctoral study was essential for the ongoing national accreditation of FESA. 8.
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Score: 602431.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-414.pdf
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Between 2003 and the first half of 2006, the Applicant participated in the drafting of a study entitled ECOWAS Poverty Profile. ECOWAS published the study in November 2007 and acknowledged the collaboration of the Statistics Division in its publication. The preface of the document credited the primary authors of the study, including some Statistics Division staff members, but did not mention the Applicant. 6. (...) On 22 September 2010, the Applicant filed a complaint with a New York State court, alleging that ECOWAS had unlawfully claimed copyright of the study entitled ECOWAS Poverty Profile, that she was the author of the study and that she should be granted exclusive rights to it.
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Score: 596236.13 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2012-085e.pdf
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According to legislation in the People’s Republic of China, when students use spare time to work and earn money to support their studies, such employment is not regarded as gainful; g. (...) If relevant work experience is gained parallel to graduate studies, it has to be taken into consideration. 20. (...) Y.’s part-time experience while studying—added to her three years, 11 months and 27 days of post-studies relevant work experience gave her a total relevant work experience of a little more than five years.
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Score: 575914.84 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-099.pdf
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She even hired a baby- sitter for five hours per day on the week-ends of 22 October, 29 October and 5 November. Her studies required her to sacrifice time with her family, and especially with her two young children. (...) The time spent studying for the exam, combined with the uncertainty about whether indeed I would be allowed to sit for the exam, put me through considerable stress and took valuable time away from my family life. 34. (...) UNDT/2012/030 Page 10 of 11 from my time with my family in the weeks when I continued to study – prior to learning that the Administration was unwilling to hear my appeal.
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Score: 566138.13 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-030.pdf
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For instance, for technical studies such as computer sciences, that degree is called Brevet de Technicien Supérieur. It is a professional degree granted by Universities which often leads to a professional career without any need to secure any higher academic credential. For other studies, it would be a Licence obtained after three years. In addition, and still for technical studies, one could also obtain a Licence Professionnelle one year after the Brevet. 29.
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Score: 565097.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-018.pdf
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