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graduate school

noun
1.
a school, usually a division of a university, offering courses leading to degrees more advanced than the bachelor's degree.
Origin
1890-1895
1890-95, Americanism
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Examples for graduate school
  • Most of your peers in graduate school, even if you went to a top ten research university, are not going to get faculty jobs.
  • But his department head suggested he apply to graduate school.
  • The editing was completed in the course of two semesters in graduate school.
  • Don't go to graduate school-it's expensive, and no one cares about writing degrees.
  • After she was released, she went to graduate school in economics and then worked in a think tank.
  • Mason took the money and dropped out of graduate school.
  • He defied paternal expectations by leaving a prestigious graduate school for civil-servant training to go into book publishing.
  • In terms of graduate school itself, your graduate career is what you make it to be.
  • graduate school is gaining a reputation as an incubator for anxiety and depression.
  • Hopefully every other job you have in your life will pay better than graduate school.

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