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  1. Academic institution (n): An organization or establishment dedicated to providing education and conducting research, such as a school, college, or university.
  2. Scholar (n): A person highly knowledgeable in a particular field of study.
  3. Educational system (n): The overall structure and organization of education in a particular country or region.
  4. Curriculum (n): The set of courses and subjects taught in an educational program.
  5. Syllabus (n): An outline or summary of the topics, readings, and assignments for a particular course.
  6. Seminar (n): A small group meeting or class for discussion, research, or advanced study.
  7. Tutorial (n): A session in which a student receives individualized instruction or guidance from a teacher or tutor.
  8. Dissertation (n): An extended piece of writing based on original research, typically required for a doctoral degree.
  9. Plagiarism (n): The act of using someone else’s work or ideas without proper attribution or acknowledgment.
  10. Distance learning (n): Education or instruction conducted remotely, typically through online platforms or correspondence.
  11. Major in (v): To specialize or focus on a specific field of study in an academic program. Example: “She decided to major in Economics to pursue her passion for finance.”
  12. Attend a prestigious university/institution (v): To study at a highly esteemed and respected university or educational institution. Example: “He was thrilled to be accepted and attend a prestigious university like Harvard.”
  13. Obtain a scholarship (v): To receive financial aid or funding based on academic merit, talent, or specific criteria. Example: “She worked hard and was able to obtain a scholarship to cover her tuition fees.”
  14. Pursue higher education (v): To continue studying at an advanced level beyond secondary or undergraduate education. Example: “After completing her bachelor’s degree, she decided to pursue higher education and pursue a master’s degree.”
  15. Enroll in a course (v): To officially register or sign up for a specific class or academic program. Example: “He enrolled in a photography course to enhance his skills in capturing stunning images.”
  16. Graduation ceremony (n): A formal event or ceremony to celebrate the completion of an academic program and the awarding of degrees or diplomas. Example: “The graduation ceremony was a joyous occasion filled with pride and accomplishment.”
  17. Excel academically: To perform exceptionally well in academic pursuits.
  18. Achieve top grades: To obtain the highest marks or scores in academic assessments.
  19. Graduate with honors: To receive a degree or diploma with special recognition for outstanding academic performance.
  20. Study diligently: To study with great effort, dedication, and persistence.
  21. Strive for academic excellence: To actively work towards achieving the highest standards in academic performance.
  22. Go the extra mile: To make additional effort beyond what is expected or required.
  23. Take a crash course: To undergo an intensive, accelerated program of study in a short period of time.
  24. Cram for an exam: To study intensely and quickly review material before an exam.
  25. Hit the books: To start studying or focus on academic materials.
  26. Pull an all-nighter: To stay awake all night to study or complete academic tasks.
  27. Pass with flying colors: To succeed or excel in something with great distinction or achievement.
  28. Ace an exam: To perform exceptionally well and receive a high score on an exam.
  29. Master the subject matter: To achieve a comprehensive understanding and expertise in a particular academic area.
  30. Participate actively in class discussions: To engage actively and contribute meaningfully to classroom conversations.
  31. Conduct research independently: To carry out research projects or investigations without significant assistance.
  32. Give a presentation: To deliver a speech or talk to an audience, typically involving visual aids or slides.
  33. Collaborate on group projects: To work together with others in a coordinated manner to accomplish a shared academic task.
  34. Seek feedback from professors: To actively request input or advice from instructors to improve academic performance.
  35. Acquire knowledge (v + n): To gain or obtain information, understanding, or skills.
  36. Expand one’s intellectual horizons (v + adj + n): To broaden one’s understanding and perspectives in terms of knowledge and thinking.
  37. Pursue higher education (v + adj + n): To actively seek and undertake advanced academic studies beyond secondary or undergraduate level.
  38. Write a dissertation/thesis (v + n): 
  39. Undertake independent study (v + adj + n): To engage in self-directed learning and study outside of formal classroom settings.


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