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course

noun [C]
 
 
/kɔːs/
a series of lessons on a particular subject: course in/on sth We provide courses in commerce, finance, and basic marketing. During the course, students will learn traditional business and project management skills.run/teach/offer a course My company offers a lot of in-house training courses.enrol on a course He has enrolled on a book-keeping course.be on/go on/do a course Going on a course is a great way of learning in a focused environment.take a course (in sth) She decided to take a course in recruitment practice to expand her career.pass/fail/complete a course Students who fail to complete the course will not be awarded a certificate.a course runs/takes place Our courses run between September and May.a two-year/part-time/full-time, etc. course a three-day ICT course an MBA/a management course a degree/distance-learning course →  See also correspondence course , refresher course , correspondence course , sandwich course , training course
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