postgraduate

[pohst-graj-oo-it, -eyt] /poʊstˈgrædʒ u ɪt, -ˌeɪt/
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or consisting of post-graduates:
"a postgraduate seminar."
noun
2.
a student who is taking advanced work after graduation, as from a high school or college.
Origin
1855–60; post- + graduate
Example Sentences for postgraduate
Public universities offer three postgraduate degrees: the higher diploma, master's, and doctorate.
postgraduate education in the sciences teaches you to discover and create.
postgraduate education in the humanities teaches you to appreciate other people's discoveries and creations.
Nearly all the study subjects considered themselves spiritually active and over half had postgraduate degrees.
Having developed a storytelling chat bot that learns from visual, textual and scanned input for my postgraduate degree.
It is used exclusively by postgraduate management students, researchers and executive-course participants.
Only postgraduate students or those sponsored by their governments will henceforward be allowed to bring dependants.
postgraduate students bring in grants and beef up their supervisors' publication records.
He will take responsibility for the school's undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
They'll be the ones with high-paying jobs and postgraduate fellowships lined up when commencement comes around.
British Dictionary definitions for postgraduate
postgraduate (pəʊstˈɡrædjʊɪt)
 
n
1.  a student who has obtained a degree from a university, etc, and is pursuing studies for a more advanced qualification
2.  (modifier) of or relating to such a student or to his studies

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