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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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For those with a 2:2, bursaries will increase from PS12,000 to PS15,000.
Now, however, we have more applicants than we have available bursaries and we are having to turn away very able applicants.
But these findings reveal that disadvantaged youngsters are not more likely to apply to the universities offering the largest bursaries.
He said "rewarding" those students who wait until clearing before applying with more generous bursaries would jeopardise the fairness of the system.
Alternatively, named bursaries, scholarships and awards can be created to honour individuals or groups, creating a meaningful legacy tied to the school, according to www.
If desired, bursaries can be directed toward special areas such as rural ministry or evangelism.
To qualify for the bursaries, students must have been resident in Kensington for at least two years and be studying for their first full time course in higher education.
Funding for the IIHCP was increased from $100,000 to $300,000 in October, 1994, making it possible to triple the number of bursaries and scholarships available through the program.
uk/scholarships BURSARIES Around 40% of students at CardiffUniversity receive a bursary The bursary for the 2015/16 academic year is PS1,000 - on top of any government-funded maintenance grants/loans/fee remission If your household income is less than PS50,000 you may be eligible for a bursary - you can find full information about eligibility on our website at: www.
The bursaries are partly funded by the R50million discretionary grant from the Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA), aimed at supporting the implementation of all capacity building programmes in the department including Internships, Candidacy Programme, Artisan Development Programme and Schools Programme.
She said: "I came to the University of Edinburgh the year before the bursaries were changed - and it seemed like I got a fairly good deal then.
The university has been awarded an additional 80 cash bursaries to businesses looking to inject fresh graduate talent into their organisations.