graduate in (something)

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graduate in (something)

To complete one's studies in a particular subject. It took six years, but I finally graduated in biology.
See also: graduate

graduate in

v.
To complete the requirements of an institution and receive an academic degree in some subject: I graduated in mathematics from the local community college.
See also: graduate
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She and Gilbert had once picturedout merrily the day on which they should be capped and gowned graduates in Arts.
Much higher and harder exercises of judgment and penetration may reasonably be expected from the upper graduates in criticism.
The number of unemployed graduates in higher education is estimated at 261,100 people in the fourth quarter of 2018, compared to 269,600 in the third quarter of 2018, down 8,500 people.
The number of unemployed graduates in tertiary education is estimated at 270,6 thousand in the 3rd quarter of 2017 and 250,6 thousand in the 2nd quarter of 2017, corresponding respectively to the unemployment rates of 30.6% and 30.3%.
Washington: The World Bank Group's Board of Executive Directors approved today a US$70 million project to address the high levels of unemployment among university graduates in Tunisia.
Also, the percentage of graduates in recent years who have completed either an economics college or a teaching college was over 60%, while only 15% of graduates have completed a technical profile (Eurostat).
1 producer of African American graduates in the natural sciences, and those students then go on to medical school."