qual•i•fi•ca•tion noun 1 (the act of gaining) a skill, achievement etc. (e.g. an examination pass) that makes (a person) able or suitable to do a job etc.: "What qualifications do you need for this job?" 2 something that gives a person the right to do something: Sam fulfilled all the qualifications for taking part in the cycling race.
– Pharos, English Dictionary for South African Schools
Your education leaves much to be desired. Jou opvoeding is skromelik verwaarloos. Jy moet jou skoolgeld terugvra.
– Pharos, Spreekwoorde en waar hulle vandaan kom
university principal / vice chancellor In most countries with Commonwealth (q.v.) links, the chief executive and chief academic officer of a university is the vice chancellor, who is also the principal (or ‘president’); the chancellor is a titular head, usually a prominent individual, with generally only a ceremonial function. Examples of university chancellors are HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Desmond Tutu and Frederik van Zyl Slabbert.
In the USA the chancellor (or ‘president’) of a university is the executive head of the institution.
─ Pharos, The Essential Companion for Writers and Editors