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A student at a college or university who has not yet earned a bachelor's or equivalent degree.
first-year studentView synonyms
- ‘Many undergraduates also opposed increasing the winter break to four weeks.’
- ‘Erika is an undergraduate at San Diego State University, majoring in biology.’
- ‘Student debt is increasingly putting prospective undergraduates off going to university.’
- ‘Two thirds of York's undergraduates live in university accommodation.’
- ‘However it is clear that poor undergraduates are worse hit here, because they are more reliant on these aspects of student funding.’
- ‘Is it up to universities to provide undergraduates with the facilities to get such experience, or is it up to industry?’
- ‘Apartments are planned for upper level undergraduates on the north and south fringes of campus.’
- ‘Students started working with her as undergraduates and then continued through graduate school.’
- ‘He makes a point of hiring undergraduates in addition to the graduate students to work with him on his research.’
- ‘I first started reading Ulysses in the late 1990s, as an undergraduate at University College Dublin.’
- ‘We will be asked to teach more undergraduates with fewer faculty and smaller operating budgets.’
- ‘Many of our students study as undergraduates or post-graduates abroad.’
- ‘This is an excellent text, useful for undergraduates and graduate students alike.’
- ‘The crew of four undergraduates and one MSc postgraduate are the first to win Henley's newest event, inaugurated this year.’
- ‘I think urban universities enrol larger numbers of adult undergraduates.’
- ‘He invited a few undergraduates from state schools for drinks and discovered many had teacher parents.’
- ‘Dundee's Caird Hall, the venue for the student enterprise summit, was buzzing with undergraduates and postgrads.’
- ‘He spent his last few years at Wolfson college and continued to lecture undergraduates until last year.’
- ‘What approaches to that study do the teachers of those undergraduates take?’
- ‘Community colleges enroll almost one half of all undergraduates in the United States each fall.’
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