Postgraduate meaning

pōst-grăj'o͝o-ĭt, -āt'
The definition of a postgraduate is a student who is studying a subject beyond the college level when he already has a college degree.

Someone attending medical school is an example of a postgraduate.

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Of, relating to, or pursuing advanced study after graduation from high school or college.
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One who is engaged in postgraduate study.
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(US, Australia, New Zealand) A person continuing to study in a field after having successfully completed a degree course.
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Postgraduate is defined as a course of study or an academic program that occurs after a college degree has already been obtained.

Medical school or law school are examples of programs that would be described as postgraduate programs.

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Of or taking a course of study after graduation, esp. after receipt of the bachelor's degree.
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Designating or of additional study, training, etc. undertaken after receipt of a doctorate.
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Those studies which take place after having successfully completed a degree course.
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A student taking such a course.
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