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-Degree: a grant gave by a school or college connoting that the beneficiary Has agreeably finished a course of study.

-Doctorate: A doctorate degree is the highest level of academic degree. You can earn a Doctorate in almost any subject area. Typically, a doctorate degree takes four Years to complete, post-bachelor's degree. You can complete it in three years If you already hold a master’s degree, with additional full-time study.

-Graduate:someone who has received a degree from a school. A person who has Successfully completed a course of study or training, especially a person who Has been awarded an undergraduate or first academic degree.

-Graduated: Successfully Complete an academic degree, course of training, or (in North America) high School.

-Masters:A master’s degree is an academic Qualification granted at the postgraduate level to individuals who have successfully Undergone study demonstrating a high level of expertise in a specific field of Study or area of professional practice.

-Passed: to be successful in an exam or something

-Post-graduate: a Student who is studying a subject beyond the college level when he already has a college degree.

-Trainee: a person who is learning and practicing the skills of a particular job

-Undergraduate: Someone who is studying for his/her first degree

-Apply: to make an official request for a job or a place in a college or university, or for permission to do or have something.

-Honours degree: Most commonly it is an award given in conjunction With undergraduate bachelor's degree variation. In the UK, a first university degree, based especially on one subject.

-To graduate: To graduate means to successfully complete your Schooling, to become "a graduate." When you graduate from high School, you become a high school graduate and congratulations are in order.

-Job: work that you do regularly to earn money . A piece of work, especially a specific task done as Part of the routine of one's occupation or for an agreed price

-Primary School: In UK, a school for children below the age Of 11. It is usually divided into an infant and a junior section. In US, a School usually covering the first three or four years of elementary school and sometimes kindergarten.

-Grant/Scholarship: financial aid that does not have to be Repaid. Generally, grants are for undergraduate students, and the grant amount Is based on need, cost of attendance, and enrolment status. A scholarship is Money for college that you will not be expected to repay. Scholarships Sponsored by colleges are often designated for students who fit a particular Profile;holding a specified grade average, enrolling in a particular major or Bringing special talent in athletics

-Higher degree: A higher degree is an award beyond the basic-level higher education Qualification. In the UK, a higher degree is any degree above a bachelor’s Degree. In Europe, higher degree may imply a degree beyond master’s level. The Higher Education Funding Council for England (2011) defines higher degree as:Degree Above bachelor's level such as master's degree or doctorate.

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