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bursary

1. a scholarship or grant awarded esp in Scottish and New Zealand schools, universities etc.
2. Brit
a. the treasury of a college, etc.
b. the bursar's room in a college
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I hope that the support we are providing through these scholarships and bursaries will enable all these students and apprentices to complete their studies and lead them onto long and rewarding careers in engineering.
Type B: a number of bursaries of up to 1500 euros each will be available for scholars already holding a doctorate or its equivalent.
The PS6,000 bursaries, paid over three years, will be used to offset accommodation costs and so support students to fully experience life at university.
Some 82 of the school's pupils currently receive bursaries, which is about 7% of the total number.
I am lucky that I do not have sole responsibility for awarding the bursaries, and thankfully share the role with the school's deputy head and a school governor.
Students will be ineligible if receiving more than $3,500 in other scholarships or bursaries for the current academic year.
Some 32% of Oxford Opportunity Bursaries went to first year undergraduates educated in the independent sector.
Bursaries to help poorer students were introduced in 2006, the same time as top-up fees came into effect, with the aim of ensuring that this group of youngsters were not put off applying to higher education.
NO idea if there's a running theme here, but these are the latest four prosecutions by the scam-busting unit of the health service, NHS Counter Fraud: Illegal immigrant Aisha Badamasi, from Nigeria, jailed for a year at Harrow Crown Court, London, after claiming pounds 36,000 in NHS student bursaries.
Since February 2006 it has been able to award bursaries of up to pounds 1,000, with the average award over the past two years working out at pounds 827.
Bursaries are also available for PC or Flight Sim pilots wishing to have their first experience of an air sport.
The NOHFC has set aside $5 million to match donations to the general fund and to endowed bursaries ($10,000 or more per year).