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undergraduate in College topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundergraduateun‧der‧grad‧u‧ate /ˌʌndəˈɡrædʒuət◂ $ -ər-/ ●●○ noun [countable]  SECa student at college or university, who is working for their first degreegraduate, postgraduate second-year undergraduatesundergraduate student/course/degree etc
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undergraduateNow there are 3,000 graduate students as well as 11,500 undergraduates.As an undergraduate he was something of a dandy, and even as a priest his appearance was remarkably trim.In October 1922 he was still a bright and energetic undergraduate with enthusiasms for Dryden and Carlyle.The loans, which are based on financial need, are limited to $3000 for undergraduates.Now that facilities will be freely available and not the subject of constant negotiation we hope that even more undergraduates will participate.It grew out of the teaching of stylistics to undergraduates at Lancaster, which and I have shared for several years.In one year alone she was overseeing twelve undergraduates, of whom eleven emerged with first-class degrees.They met when they were undergraduates at Cambridge.undergraduate student/course/degree etcIt also makes an ideal text to support an undergraduate degree course in analytical chemistry.An average undergraduate course costs around £4,000 a year for each student.They also have me, um, teaching assistants linguistics courses, undergraduate courses.Similar changes have already begun in the admissions process for undergraduate students entering in 1998.These activities enrich the course programme by informing undergraduate courses with the latest principles and practices emerging from international boardrooms and marketplaces.One reason: a sharp drop in the number of undergraduate students choosing economics as a major.The review deals with undergraduate courses and manages to condense a great deal of material into a concise and readable form.