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Meaning of “graduate school” in the English Dictionary

"graduate school" in Business English

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graduate schoolnoun [C]

uk   us   US
the ​levels of university ​study after completing four ​years of ​study at a college or university, or the ​part of a university where you can ​study at this ​level: It was in ​graduate school that she discovered the direction her ​career would take. She ​earned an ​MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. graduate school ​program/dean/​student
(Definition of graduate school from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “graduate school”
in Chinese (Simplified) 研究生院…
in Chinese (Traditional) 研究生院…
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