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employment as an apprentice
the Bar Professional Training Course: in England and Wales, a course that law students have to take after studying law at university and before doing their pupillage if they want to become a barrister
British a course of study at a college or university in a vocational subject (=one that prepares you for a particular job)
in the UK, a system in which students can take courses at a university without being full-time students
British extramural courses are given by a university or college for people who are not its usual students. These courses are often called continuing education.
British courses of study or training that some people do after they have left school when they do not go to university. Courses of study at a university are called higher education.
in the UK, an academic course that allows students who have already studied another subject at university to convert to law so they can later become a solictor or barrister. It is informally called a law conversion course.
the Graduate Diploma in Law: in the UK, an academic course that allows students who have already studied another subject at university to convert to law so they can later become a solictor or barrister
a modular course of study is divided into separate sections called modules
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employmentBuzzWord Article
a sensational piece of news which does not map to reality, created to attract attention or damage somebody's reputationadd a word
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