[ UK /mˌætɹɪkjʊlˈeɪʃən/ ]
- admission to a group (especially a college or university)
How To Use matriculation In A Sentence
- To evade paying expensive university matriculation fees, he decided to enroll in the Philippine Military Academy - a tough institution to enter - to get a free education.
- She met my Father at a dinner for the Ashmolean, where I was born and attended various public schools until first matriculation.
- The entry requirements for cadets are matriculation with English, mathematics and physical science.
- After graduation from high school - known as matriculation in South Africa - it is common to go on to a technical college or to a university.
- It seems that they are planning to divert those who might attend college from higher education, with laws and regulations that deter their matriculation.
- Yes Services Management of enrollment and matriculation; drop shipment of books to student homes; communication and presentation skills training; luncheon speaker series; catered meals School Services Does the program offer Career Services to EMBA Students? University of California, Irvine
- The Sheldonian Theatre, designed by Sir Christopher Wren and the traditional home of matriculation and graduation ceremonies, is closed until December for essential structural repairs.
- And because we haven't had much data, we've tried to use the same cheap tests to improve instruction, evaluate teachers, manage matriculation, and hold school accountable. Tom Vander Ark: How Intelligent Scoring Will Create an Intelligent System
- To improve the school education system, the ministry also introduced a new formula in which college matriculation will based on high school grades starting in 2008.
- She has just finished writing her pre-medical examinations at Fort Hare, having gained a first-class matriculation pass at the Healdtown Institution last year.