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noun as in alumnus

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noun as in alumna

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Sara Sheridan is a Philadelphia-based postgraduate reporting fellow at the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting and a postgraduate research scholar and editor at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism.

From Eater

“The need to combine software implementations and mathematical algorithms presupposes high qualifications at the postgraduate level and above,” one job listing says.

Pagels’s sister, Laura Menendez, described her brother as funny, smart and passionate about many things — pursuing his postgraduate studies, playing tennis and board games, and traveling by bike.

While 24 percent of those with less than a bachelor’s degree say they don’t plan to get the vaccine, that number is just 11 percent for those with college degrees and just 8 percent for those with postgraduate degrees.

Two years later, he was pursuing postgraduate studies at the Institute of Kashmir Studies, University of Kashmir, when he went missing.

From Ozy

During the 1990s, however, he went abroad again to finish his postgraduate studies at Glasgow Caledonian University.

In the Northeast, spring is in the air, and at Ivy League schools, kids are planning their postgraduate futures.

She said she might someday go for her postgraduate degree, but she also wants to start several businesses.

I went to Andover with Belichick in the 1970s (he was there for a postgraduate year while I was kept prisoner for four years).

(This may reflect the decided 58-40 pro-Obama tilt of professors, lawyers, teachers, and others with postgraduate degrees).

Have you participated in any postgraduate work since you graduated from high school?

What postgraduate work had you been doing that you just mentioned?

It is hoped that these repeated examinations may lead to the continuation of such habits of bodily care in postgraduate years.

The postgraduate may play the game using as counters the great and distinctive cheeses of more than fifty countries.

In fact she was merely taking a postgraduate course in certain studies.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to postgraduate, such as: alum, graduate, and old grad.

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