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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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AN INNOVATIVE scheme to support enterprising young people in north-west Wales has made its 100th bursary award.
The young defender will receive a week's training at Feyenoord as part of his Bertie Peacock Bursary award for the most impressive Ulster player in the Premier tournament.
She has been given the Encore bursary award by Arts Council, North-East, to continue working at the shipyard.
Matthew Rowledge, who left the school two years ago, awarded Victoria Jones the Matthew Rowledge Bursary Award.
Robert Riddet, 44, received a Sports Bursary Award worth pounds 500.
His radio play Dai Hard has been shortlisted for the biennial Alfred Bradley Bursary Award, set up to commemorate the life and work of the distinguished BBC Radio drama producer.
In 2007, she was awarded the Esme Fairburn Foundation Emerging Artist Bursary Award for her first solo exhibition, Worstedopolis, and was named Best Newcomer at Leeds Art Fair 2007.
For Craig, who has just won a national bursary award ahead of starting his degree course in October, is following in the footsteps of his grandmother, father, uncle and aunt.
Runner-up in the Illingworth Bursary Award, trophy for most outstanding competitor in all subjects, senior ballet trophy, senior character dance trophy, senior classical duet trophy (with partner April Matthews) and senior cabaret duet trophy (with Gemma Clarkson).
Neil McQuaid, executive member of Sefton Sports Council presenting Liverpool swimmer Ainsley Blease with her Bursary Award at the Sefton Sports Awards
Byline: GOING: The Ven Michael Paget-Wilkes receives his bursary award from Graham Doswell, managing director of Ecclesiastical Insurance and company representative the Rt Rev Dr Donald Snelgrove, at St Paul's Cathedral
A VICAR from Warwick has scooped a top bursary award to help with the costs of her healthcare chaplaincy course.