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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenrolmenten·rol·ment British English, enrollment American English /ɪnˈrəʊlmənt $ ɪnˈroʊl-/ noun  1 [uncountable] the process of arranging to join a school, university, course etc Enrolment will take place in September.2 [countable] the number of people who have arranged to join a school, university, course etc Student enrolments have more than doubled.
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enrolmentEnrolment forms are preprinted for most students before enrolment each autumn.It is the student's responsibility to arrange for payment in full on or before enrolment.By this time, all provinces except Zambezia had at least 40 percent female enrolment.I have tried to give an indication of the very varied actual pattern of enrolment in schools.Accepted students will be informed in admission letters of the amount required, which is payable on enrolment.The significance of these comparatively simple provisions on open enrolment should not be overlooked.Students are actively involved prior to enrolment.Estimates of total enrolment vary, but it seems unlikely that there were less than 100,000 Sunday school pupils by 1800.
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