deferred entry

deferred entry

[di′fərd ′en·trē]
(computer science)
The passing of control of the central processing unit to a subroutine or to an entry point as the result of an asynchronous event.
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In 2017-18 only 5% of students joined Swansea University after a gap year, including students who applied for deferred entry and those who applied during their gap year.
"He's deferred entry to university for 12 months and clearly this conviction will have a massive impact on his decision and where he goes with his future.
waste management services on the territory Covar 14 - Service to be made of 19 municipalities to deferred entry.
I joined BNY Mellon at 18 years old, originally on a gap year having deferred entry to York University.
However, she has since deferred entry to her second year, allowing her to get her business off the ground.
The proud mum to Oshan, was allowed to make a deferred entry after taking a year out to have her son.
Now a proud mum to her one-year-old son Oshan, she has been allowed by organisers to make a deferred entry into this year's event.
University bosses say it's because people who apply for deferred entry this year will still have to pay increased fees.
Since men are required to serve in the army, they have the option to apply twice with their already attained grade; for deferred entry during their first year of military service, and the normal route in their second.
"When I was at Arbroath stayed on and finished sixth year at school and applied to do sports science at Aberdeen University but deferred entry.
Applications for deferred entry were also up by 10Cross border applications from England to Scotland were up by 16.8% to 29,375 and England to Wales by 12%, to 43,096, Ucas said.