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They want to sail around the world after graduating from college.

Still, only 57% of students learning English at York graduate within four years, according to state records from the 2018-2019 school year.

Clark recruited Ethiopia’s Berhane Asfaw to Berkeley’s graduate anthropology program, the first of a series of Ethiopians the Ardi team trained as paleoanthropologists.

Kra, 54, has grown from an uncertain graduate student into a mathematician at the top of her field.

Mark Van Raamsdonk remembers the beginning of the first class he took on quantum field theory as a Princeton University graduate student.

He came to Atari seven years ago, immediately after graduating from Berkeley.

After graduating high school, he attending the University of Virginia, double-majoring in economics and foreign relations.

All these talented chefs are graduating from these old-guard kitchens and branching out and the market is saturated.

She was a talented singer, and after graduating high school in Aurora she enrolled at Denver Community College to study music.

After graduating from college, I lived for 15 years without even owning a television set.

So she remained faithful to her home duties, but each year kept up with the graduating class of a local preparatory school.

After graduating at Oxford he was called to the bar in 1817, and for some years was engaged in law-reporting.

There were fifty-eight of us in my graduating class—that's 1940—and exactly thirty turned up for the tenth reunion.

After graduating it is advisable to find a position as an assistant.

Graduating from college, looking for work, there is usually just one kind of work toward which they are mentally alert.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to graduating, such as: appearance, beginning, inauguration, introduction, launching, and opener.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.