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Question: What qualifications did you get?
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Fiona Macfarlane answered on 28 Jan 2020:
I did
Standard Grade (Scottish GCSE) Maths, English, Biology, Chemistry, Music, Graphic Design, German and Geography
Highers (Scottish A levels); Maths, English, Biology, Chemistry, Music, History and Modern Studies (Politics) and Advance higher Maths (further maths)
Then I did a degree (BSc) in Mathematical Biology and PhD in Applied Maths

Maja Popovic answered on 28 Jan 2020: last edited 28 Jan 2020 1:40 pm
high school (approximately A level): maths
studies (BsC + MsC): electrical engineering, major in telecommunications
PhD: computer science
PhD topic: machine translation (subfield of natural language processing/computational linguistics) 
Deirdre Toher answered on 30 Jan 2020:
Irish state exams taken at age 18 (Leaving Certificate): English, Irish, Maths, Applied Maths, French, Physics, Chemistry, Accountancy
Undergraduate degree: BA (Hons) Mathematics
PhD in Statistics (in developing statistical methods for checking if food is what it claims to be, specificially using noninvasive methods, so that the food is still suitable for consumption afterwards).
I also have a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (a PGCHE), which is a teaching qualification for those who teach in universities.
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