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postgrad

post-grad [ˌpəʊstˈgræd] n (British)étudiant(e) m/f de troisième cycle
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MY CITY started on the floorboards of a friend's flat off Lark Lane, the first geography postgrad at the Poly.
12) Postgrad is also significant and positively correlated with Regulatebanks.
He said the union has removed barriers to participation by introducing free clubs and societies with targeted events for international and postgrad students.
After her SPM career is completed, Gallo plans on a postgrad year at Phillips Academy Andover and then enter college in the fall of 2016.
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.
QUEEN'S University is running a Postgrad Open Day to give people a chance to improve their future.
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.
It's a textbook written for an international readership of undergrads and postgrad students in transport sciences as well as policy-makers, and here discusses the impact of transport on all kinds of social issues.
He trains for three hours every day, and holds a postgrad equivalent of a masters degree from the London International School of Performing Arts.
In a project involving the Friends, Sage Gateshead and Newcastle University's International Centre for Music Studies, compositions by eight postgrad students will be performed by a Royal Northern Sinfonia ensemble.
Unlike previous provision, which has tended to be of the pod variety and more suited to undergraduates, this new phase is aimed directly at the postgrad rental market and offers investors a tempting buy-to-let opportunity.
A GOVERNMENT division has promised Au500,000 towards the Drumclay Crannog site which could entice community events and postgrad research of the content discovered.

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