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Graduate – is study at an advanced undergraduate level.
Intermediate – is the first-year of study for a professional degree. Students must pass the Intermediate Year to the required standard before being able to enrol in the second year of the degree. Courses in the Intermediate Year are mostly prescribed by the University.
Postgraduate – more advanced study in the area of a student’s first (undergraduate) degree. Postgraduate qualifications include honours and master’s degrees, postgraduate certificates and diplomas, and doctorates (PhDs).
Research– advanced study in a specific area resulting in a significant piece of independent research under supervision of a faculty member.
Undergraduate – study towards a student’s first (bachelor’s) degree, or a certificate or diploma, e.g., Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws. Certificates and diplomas.