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(in the UK) Diploma of Higher Education.
- ‘The DipHE encompasses all the modules available to the Certificate of Higher Education in Astronomy, the University Advanced Certificates as well as some level two modules not currently available to other awards.’
- ‘The Diploma of Higher Education (DipHE) in Christian Theology is taken by a variety of students.’
- ‘A nurse manager with a DipHE in nursing decides to study a course on Evidence-Based Practice as part of her personal development plan.’
- ‘The DipHE Operating Department Practice programme offered at Edge Hill equips students with the knowledge and skills required to assume the responsibility and accountability to provide safe and competent patient care.’
- ‘By the end of your DipHE you should have the knowledge and skills needed to pursue successfully a career in management within industry, commerce or the public sector.’
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