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Synonyms for graduate

Synonyms for graduate

a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)

a measuring instrument for measuring fluid volume

receive an academic degree upon completion of one's studies

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confer an academic degree upon

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make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring

of or relating to studies beyond a bachelor's degree

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Abigail Escatel Undergraduate Institution: North Central College Graduate Institution: Northern Illinois University
Graduate Work Experience pays recent graduates pounds 195 per week for eight weeks' work experience with an entrepreneurial SME.
Sabine Biasi, an LLM in International Business Law graduate from Italy, living in Canada
He warned graduate unemployment was still "vulnerable" and recovery cannot be guaranteed.
Graduate Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
The retail sector is also strong, and has good jobs to offer, contrary to some students' perception when they graduate.
Upon receiving the mentor's and program director's recommendations, the executive director will make the final decision on a participant's readiness to graduate.
Guests at Hogarth's Hotel and Restaurant, Solihull, heard from Lucy Dinsdale, Student Placement co-ordinator from Graduate Advantage.
Education loans with competitive interest rates-Federal, Undergraduate, Graduate, Professional, and Career loan programs.
A leader in experiential learning and innovative education for the past four decades, Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY) offers graduate students distinctive graduate programs with a particular focus on management.
Typically, 100% of funding is provided by the university's graduate office, and the total number of graduate assistantships per department is based on available funding and a factor of department size often measured by number of fulltime department faculty and/or students and/or credits generated/courses taught.
At the expense of a slightly elevated ROA, the typical graduate can finish the course in less time with greater skills.
However, after working with the Purdue University MBA program in food and agribusiness for six years, we see graduate education in management through a different lens--that of the full-time professional who is earning a degree while juggling job and family demands.
As a graduate of a four-year program, I am obviously biased in favor of such a course of study.
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