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postgraduate

a student who has obtained a degree from a university, etc., and is pursuing studies for a more advanced qualification
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However, these types of supportive experiences and experiential learning opportunities also appear to be critical during postgraduate education.
Changes to postgraduate student support were introduced this year following the publication of the findings of the Taught Postgraduate Review, led by Professor Bryan MacGregor from the University of Aberdeen.
SLC executive director (operations) Derek Ross said: "We are delighted to be able to administer Postgraduate Loans for Welsh students and would urge anyone interested to apply as early as possible to ensure their funding is in place before they begin their studies.
The survey will seek the views of graduates who both have and have not completed a postgraduate paper as a part of the first year of practice programme.
This was a cross-sectional study conducted among undergraduate and postgraduate students of a tertiary teaching institute, in Western Maharashtra during January to February 2014.
Undergraduates of 1st year and 2nd year and postgraduate students of Dow Dental College, Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) were included in the study.
The application form for postgraduate courses for the University's January 2017 intake can be downloaded from Sheffield Hallam's website www.
Material and Methods: Fifty-six residents enrolled with AFPGMI in various postgraduate training programs were included in this study.
There should be good preparation and planning for both of the structure and content of postgraduate curriculums with emphasis on learning and evaluation of what has happened in the teaching and learning3,4.
Our open evening is a great opportunity to find out more about your particular area of interest, how studying with us can fit around your personal and professional life, as well as how we can help you to finance your studies at postgraduate level," said Professor Hinfelaar.
Up to 800 (10%) of the surveyed professionals favoured engineering postgraduate degrees.
Research has shown that large numbers of employers are increasingly seeking to recruit people with postgraduate degrees, and it has been shown that somebody with a Master's can, on average, expect to earn an extra PS200,000 over a working life.

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