Is a degree awarded or conferred?
Your conferred degree means you “have” your degree. To say you have a degree, you should have at least one of the following: A transcript that says “awarded” or “conferred.” Confirmation from the registrar’s office that your degree has been conferred.
How can I write about my education?
How to write an education summary
- Write the name of the school and its location. The first thing you can add is the name of the school you attended or are currently attending.
- Add the degree you received.
- Include the dates you attended.
- List notable achievements.
- Consider what education to add.
What is the highest education level you have obtained?
Your highest academic level
- High school or equivalent. You’ve earned a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED).
- Technical or occupational certificate.
- Associate degree.
- Some college coursework completed.
- Bachelor’s degree.
- Master’s degree.
How do I put high school on my resume if I haven’t graduated yet?
If you have not yet graduated but intend to, you can list details about your college, including location and name, and then put “degree expected” and your anticipated graduation year.
What is the highest level of education you have had?
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How do you put ongoing education on a resume?
What to Include in Your Resume Education Section
- Your most recent degree (or education in progress)
- The name of your school.
- Location of your school.
- Dates attended and graduation date (or expected graduation date)
- Your field of study and degree major.
- Your GPA (only if it’s above 3.5)
Do you put ongoing education on a resume?
The education resume section should only top your resume if you’re making an entry-level resume, or a student resume. In all other cases, place your education section as well as continuing education on a resume below the experience section.