post-graduate qualifications

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  • Many people believed the decisions were made based upon race rather than qualification. ...
  • Higher education generally involves work towards a degree-level or foundation degree qualification. ...
  • Studied full-time, the qualification normally takes one year or two years part-time. ...
  • She had scored an important goal in the qualification play-off against Scotland. ...
  • Courses from both summer schools can be used as credit against other qualifications. ...
  • The average level of degree qualification in the ACT is higher than the national average. ...
  • This qualification is the traditional route of entry into third level education. ...
  • He became a lawyer after he found work at a legal firm and completed his legal qualifications. ...
  • When used without qualification it refers to the best-selling or most frequently broadcast popular music. ...
  • The qualification process can start as early as almost three years before the final tournament and last over a two-year period. ...
  • Some states have special qualifications or unique features for the office. ...
  • They were trying to do something that is "impossible without qualification and for every man". ...
  • They can also help candidates working towards higher level qualifications. ...
  • Boston University actually offered three different kinds of such qualification when he was a student there. ...
  • Without any further qualification, the phrase usually means closed in this sense. ...
  • The degree awarded for completed study is the primary academic qualification. ...
  • He has a love of his work, a pride in it and the physical qualifications.
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