an educational institution designed for instruction, examination, or both, of students in many branches of advanced learning, conferring degrees in various faculties, and often embodying Colleges and similar Institutions.
the members of this collectively
an establishment for further or higher education, sometimes part of a University.
an establishment for specialized professional education (college of music; business college; college of hypnotherapy; naval college)
a public school
an organized body of persons with shared functions and privelages
a society or organization for the promotion of science, education, etc.
a place of study and training
a society or institution of distinguished scholars, artists, scientists, etc.
a secondary school especially on that is private
an institution for educating or giving instruction at any level including College or University
a group of artists, etc., whos works share distinctive characteristics.
a group of people sharing a cause, principle, method, etc. (school of thought)
give intellectual, moral, and social instruction to ( a pupil, student etc.)
train or instruct for a particular purpose
advise; give information to
a University academic of the highest rank.
a University teacher
a teacher of some specific art, sport, or skill.
a person who professes a religion
scholarly; to do with learning
a teacher or scholar in a University or Institute of higher education.
a person who learns
a person with specified academic ability
a learned person, epecially in language and literature
give systematic information to a person or group about a subject or skill.
enable a person or persons to do something by instruction and training.
gain knowledge of or skill in by study, experience, or being taught.
acquire or develop a particular ability
recieve instruction; acquire knowledge or skill
awareness or familiarity gained by experience.
a range of specific information; facts or intelligence about something.
a theoretical or practical understanding of a subject, language, etc.
true justified belief; certain understanding as opposed to opinion
expertness; practiced ability; facility in an action; dexterity or tact.
human creative skill or its application.
human skill or workmanship as opposed to the work of nature
the various branches of creative activity concerned with the production of imaginative designs, sounds, or ideas in painting, music, dancing, writing considered collectively
those branches of learning like lamguages, literature and (history?) associated with creative skill as opposed to scientific, technical, or vocational skills
a branch of knowledge conducted on objective principles involving the systematized observation of and experiment with phenomena especially concerned with the material and functions of the physical Universe.
systematic and formulated an organized body of knowledge of a specified type on a specified subject.
a person using scientific methods or the scientific method
a person with expert knowledge of a Science
a devotee; a skillful or habitual practicer of a specified activity.
a person who practices any of the arts.
a skilled person who works with dedication on a Craft.
the intellect; the understanding.
quickness of understanding; Wisdom.
the faculty of reasoning, knowing, and thinking, as distinct from feeling.
the understanding or mental powers.
experience and knowledge together with the power of applying them critically or practically.
having experience and knowledge in harmony and judiciously applying them.