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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Education

Here you will learn all the essential words for talking about Education, collected specifically for level C2 learners.

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
sorority
[noun]
a social club for female students in a university or college, especially in the US and Canada
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fraternity
[noun]
a social club for male students in a university or college, especially in the US and Canada
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alumnus
[noun]
a person, particularly a male one, who is a former student of a college, university, or school
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alumna
[noun]
a former female student or pupil of a school, university, or college
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commencement
[noun]
a formal ceremony marking the completion of an academic program, typically involving the awarding of diplomas or degrees to students who have successfully completed their studies
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endowment
[noun]
a financial contribution or asset given to support specific purposes, like education or charitable activities
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dean
[noun]
the head of a faculty or a department of studies in a university
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grade point average
[noun]
a number indicating how well a student is doing in the US education system
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exeat
[noun]
a formal permission to be absent, especially from a school or other institution
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valedictorian
[noun]
an elite student with the highest grade throughout school that gets chosen to give a speech at their graduation ceremony
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demerit
[noun]
a point against someone for a fault or wrongdoing, often used in educational or disciplinary contexts
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colloquium
[noun]
a formal and academic conference or seminar
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crib
[noun]
a translation or paraphrase of a literary work, often used for study or reference
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practicum
[noun]
a supervised practical experience or training period, often part of an academic course, allowing students to apply theoretical knowledge in real-world settings
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bursary
[noun]
a financial grant or scholarship typically awarded to support a student's education
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matriculation
[noun]
the formal enrollment process at a university or college
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pedant
[noun]
a person who overly emphasizes minor details or rules, often displaying a pretentious or excessive concern for academic correctness
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monograph
[noun]
a detailed written account of a particular subject, usually in the format of a short book
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prodigy
[noun]
a person, typically a child, who demonstrates exceptional talent or ability in a particular area, often beyond what is considered normal for their age
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conservatory
[noun]
a school or college that people attend to for studying music, theater, or some other form of art
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didactics
[noun]
the practice of teaching and its methods
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ratiocination
[noun]
the process of logical thinking or reasoning
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to flunk
[verb]
to fail in reaching the required standard to succeed in a test, course of study, etc.
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to invigilate
[verb]
to monitor, especially during an examination, to ensure that rules are followed and cheating is prevented
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to scrutinize
[verb]
to inspect something closely and thoroughly for verification or evaluation
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to ditch
[verb]
to deliberately absent oneself from a class or school activity without permission
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interdisciplinary
[adjective]
involving or combining multiple academic disciplines or fields of study
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esoteric
[adjective]
intended to be understood and known by a small group of people who possess a specific type of knowledge
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didactic
[adjective]
aiming to teach a moral lesson
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