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state
education that is free to go to because the government provides the money for it
secondary
relating to the education of children approximately between the ages of 11 and 18 years old
high
for children aged from 14 to 18, or from 16 to 18 if there is also a junior high school (USA only - it's a part of secondary education)
general
including a lot of things or subjects and not limited to only one or a few
compulsory
If something is ______, you must do it because of a rule or law
vocational school (trade school)
providing skills and education that prepare you for a job
free (of charge)
costing nothing, or not needing to be paid for:
commercial
an education that you pay money for it
art
the activity of painting, drawing, and making sculpture
Classical
Relating to ancient Greek education system (humanitarian education)
Polytechnic
An institution of higher education offering courses at degree level or below, especially in vocational subjects.
Graduate
a college or a college department where students who already have a first degree are taught
Postgraduate
describes university studies or students at a more advanced level than a first degree
Doctorate
the highest degree from a university
IQ (intelligence quotient)
a measure of someone's intelligence found from special tests
to nurture
to help a plan or a person to develop and be successful
training
the act of systematical teaching, drilling
tuition fee
the money paid for teaching
scholarship
money given for excellent studies
grant
money given for research work
fellowship
stipend given to a post-graduate carrying out
research
a detailed study of a subject, especially in order to discover (new) information or reach a (new) understanding
(educational) institution
a large and important organization, such as a university or bank
entrance requirements
something that you must do, or something you need for entering (a University)
to apply to
to request something, usually officially, especially by writing or sending in a form
applicant
a person who formally requests something, especially a job, or a place at college or university
Humanities / Liberal Arts
the study of subjects such as literature, language, history, and philosophy
Natural Science
subjects such as biology, physics, and chemistry in which things that can be seen in nature are studied
curriculum
the subjects studied in a school, college, etc. and what each subject includes
syllabus
the subjects or books to be studied in a particular course, especially a course that leads to an exam