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graduand

(ˈɡrædjʊˌænd)
n
(Education) chiefly Brit a person who is about to graduate
[C19: from Medieval Latin graduandus, gerundive of graduārī to graduate]
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The valedictorian of this year's ceremony was a graduand of the higher diploma in oncology nursing course.
To receive a personal congratulation from the honorary graduand on the day, Professor Lesley Yellowlees, was also a very nice gesture.
Admiral (Retd) Colombage, became the first ever doctoral graduand of the General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, being conferred with a PhD degree.
A survey was developed with the aim of capturing the experiences of three cohorts (2011, 2012 and 2013) of graduand students' experiences of the blend of learning components in the programme, and their perceptions of their readiness for practice at this point in their study.
John-Paul Lo Giudice is a graduand of the Master of Osteopathic Medicine at Southern Cross University.
In the jumps from one frame to the next, viewers can almost feel Menken click the shutter as each graduand crosses the frame.
Another well-attended prodigious exhibition of some 140 exhibits of graduand project work.
Each graduand is allocated two guest tickets in St Paul's with the option to have an additional two tickets in the live link.
Wood Prize as the outstanding graduand among the Faculties and nine of these students went on to have successful academic careers.
All these possibilities of different types of students enrolled that may complete the program in less or more than three years are included in both the aggregate enrolment and graduand figures.
Professor Sir John O'Reilly, Vice Chancellor of Cranfield University said, "We are delighted to recognise as an Honorary graduand, an exceptional individual whose achievements have contributed so much to the community.