- nounADJECTIVE▪ brilliant, good, straight-A, talented▪
one of the best students the college has ever had▪ college, school, university▪ A level, sixth-form (both BrE)▪ full-time, part-time▪ prospective▪ first-year, second-year, etc.▪ graduate, postgraduate, research, undergraduate▪ doctoral, master's, PhD, etc.▪ mature (BrE)▪
She studied metallurgy as a mature student.▪ former, old▪
She's a former student of mine who graduated in the 80s.▪ fellow▪
He developed the website in collaboration with his fellow students.▪ foreign, international (esp. AmE), overseas (BrE)▪ exchange▪
I first came to America as an exchange student.▪ art, engineering, law, medical, music, etc.VERB + STUDENT▪ enrol/enroll▪
Ninety-four students were enrolled in the class.▪ educate, instruct, prepare, teach▪ engage, motivate▪
teachers who engage students in meaningful discussions▪ assist, encourage, help▪
The students are encouraged to think creatively.STUDENT + NOUN▪ nurse, teacher▪ numbers, population▪
Student numbers at the college have increased by 25%.▪ body (esp. AmE), council, government (AmE), group, organization▪ days▪
She worked hard in her student days.▪ life▪
I'm thoroughly enjoying student life.▪ participation▪ enrolment/enrollment▪ grant (esp. BrE), loan▪
She had to take out a student loan to help her through college.▪ accommodation (BrE), dorm (informal), dormitory▪ newspaper▪ visa▪ activism, demonstration, protest, unrest▪
He often takes part in student demonstrations.▪ activistPREPOSITION▪ as a student▪
She first went to Paris as a student.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.