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curriculum

noun [C]
 
 
/kəˈrɪkjələm/ ( plural curricula, curriculums)
B1 all the subjects taught in a school, college, etc or on an educational course: the school curriculumClasses, courses and coursework
Translations of “curriculum”
in Korean 교육과정…
in Arabic مَنهَج دِراسي…
in French programme (des études)…
in Turkish öğretim/müfredat programı/izlencesi…
in Italian curriculum…
in Chinese (Traditional) 課程…
in Russian программа (учебная)…
in Polish program (nauczania)…
in Spanish currículum…
in Portuguese currículo (escolar)…
in German der Lehrplan…
in Catalan pla d’estudis…
in Japanese カリキュラム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 课程…
(Definition of curriculum from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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