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postgrad

post-grad [ˌpəʊstˈgræd] n (British)étudiant(e) m/f de troisième cycle
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House-builders will fight each other for sites to build out the Coed Darcy redevelopment of the old BP refinery in Skewen to serve the housing needs of staff and postgrads working at the new campus and spin-off firms emerging from it.
The strong gains for postgrads has propped up the calculation of the overall gain for the group that includes all workers who have at least a college degree.
The Dongguan incubator brings Chinese postgrads returning from studies abroad in close contact with the industry and closer to success on their home turf
It is the kind of figure that should make us very proud but the problem for most of the postgrads is that there is very little accommodation for them.
Simon of course shaped them naturally; the postgrads needed a bit more of an overview of their structures.
Since late October, upper-income adults and postgrads have soured on Obama the most.
At the University of Huddersfield, at least 97 per cent of our postgrads quickly find good jobs or embark on further research which can lead to a coveted doctorate.
BangorUni: Postgrads Needed for Prospectus Photo Shoot, Saturday 28 April.
The majority of postgrads we don't have a problem with because they are eligible, it's just that they have to come under our rule for academic progression.
Zomar said postgraduate students don't have to wait for their classmates to catch up with their learning: Once they've mastered a particular skill, postgrads can move on to the next skill.
Although the initial investment is higher, they require less maintenance and are proving particularly popular with overseas Warwick University postgrads who want about a neat, clean home offering plenty of peace and quiet in which to study, and easy access to the university.
The rest of them - the wiser, cannier second and third years, and the postgrads, all have a little more cash than usual because they've worked all summer and their student loan has just come through.

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