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Licentiate is the title of a person who holds an academic degree called a licence. The term may derive from the Latin licentia docendi, meaning permission to teach. The term may also derive from the Latin licentia ad practicandum, which signified someone who held a certificate of competence to practise a profession. Many countries have degrees with this title, but they may represent different educational levels. In some universities it is a degree between that of bachelor and master or doctor; in some countries it is comparable to a PhD degree.

Regional variations


In Argentina, the Licentiate degree (Spanish: Licenciatura) is a four to six year degree. This may become six years in some cases, under the accomplishment of the ''"licentia doctorandi"'' thesis dissertation, generally equivalent to an or in n universities, or in any country of Europe given by the . Occasionally, the achievement of the "Licentiate" degree does not require the formal writing of a , although almost always, some amount of research is required. The successful defense of the "Tesis de Licenciatura" automatically habilitates the candidate to apply to a Master or Doctorate degree in a related field of science.


Currently the only institutions in Australia to grant licentiates, apart from theological colleges, are the Australian Music Examinations Board and the Australian College of Music, which...
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