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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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sad and disappointing" But some students defended the university's decision, saying the matches had disrupted postgrad students trying to work on their dissertations.
"They're applying to grad schools, jobs, and postgrad volunteer programs.
The extra module allows students the chance to widen their academic scope, whilst still focusing the majority of their attention on their chosen degree subject, providing a huge boost to postgrad employment.
He topped the Senate race thrice, topped the bar after World War II, and one of the few to do postgrad studies at UP, Harvard and Yale.
Targeting practicing psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, and undergraduate and postgrad students in clinical psychology, psychiatry and social work, psychotherapist Power addresses the subject of the ending of the clinician-client relationship due to the therapistAEs retirement.
MY CITY started on the floorboards of a friend's flat off Lark Lane, the first geography postgrad at the Poly.
Since 2000, the relative gains for workers with a postgraduate degree have been particularly obvious, indicating "an increasingly favorable labor market situation" for workers with a postgrad degree compared with those who hold only a college degree.
He told Mr Jarvis: "I was accepted onto an MBA course at Newcastle University four months ago but was unable to get funding for postgrad study despite being medically discharged from the Royal Engineers after 16 years service.
Postgrad guard/forward Nicholas DaPrato paced Clark (7-9, 2-3) with 12 points, 10 in the first half.
Back in the 1990s, when I was a postgrad student studying in north Queensland, I took part in a missing-frog hunt.
I am a postgrad RN with seven years nursing experience as an AiN, EEN and now RN, who had 11 patients delegated to me on one shift.

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