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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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Prospective students who are wishing to apply for an Engineering Horizons Bursary can apply online soon.
The department acted in violation of the office by disbursing Sh20 million from bursary the kitty without a legal framework on utilisation of public funds," he said.
The NUS Campus Couples Bursary Fund was initiated by Mr Yeo Keng Joon, who met his wife Madam Kong Yuet Peng as a university student.
The community bursary scheme gives us the chance to find out exactly what support is needed locally and provides the opportunity for charities and groups of all sizes to apply for funds.
Previously, the bursary was handled by the Education ministry and the funds sent directly to schools.
She criticised a "huge barrier in communication" with NHS bursary administration, which meant the reassessment of her circumstances took four months.
Plaid Cymru has now called on the Welsh Government to confirm it will be retaining the bursary and avoid the "mistakes" being made in England.
My bursary in combination with my student loan does not pay for my maintenance costs.
Under the current NHS bursary system, no fees are charged and students are entitled to a combination of a nonmeans tested bursary, a means-tested bursary and a 'reduced rate' student loan.
The Unison survey - of 2,000 student nurses - also shows 90% of respondents were in receipt of an NHS bursary.
MSPs heard how the average grant and bursary payout fell from PS1860 to PS1220 between 2012-13 and 2014-15.
Deadline for bursary applications is October 31 at 10am.