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bursar

1. an official in charge of the financial management of a school, college, or university
2. Chiefly Scot and NZ a student holding a bursary
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When I promptly informed the bursar about the exchange, he said to let the man be.
The panel in its recommendation had called for the scrapping of the position of 'Senior Deputy Registrar' and that of the 'Senior Deputy Bursar' on the ground that 'they didn't exist in college of education.'
Remarkably, the program has been held every year since 2008 to date, there are more than 180 students from various universities of Azerbaijan who bear the honorary name of an Azercell bursar.
The role of bursars began in 1989 when Government legislation led to the creation of what were then called grant maintained schools, giving them greater responsibility for their own budgets.
This paper, in contrast, is based upon a series of bursars' accounts and related documentation.
Trevor Summerson, who manages the school business management programmes for the college, said: "Bursars and school business managers have an increasingly vital role to play in schools.
Bursars prepare reports for agencies such as the local education authority and the Department for Education and Skills.
The scheme is organised by The National Bursars Association with support from Unison and GMB, and with guidance from the National Teaching Awards Trust.
The bursars include those from Solihull School; Alice Ottley School and the Royal Grammar School in Worcester; and Rendcomb College in Cirencester.
But its new code of practice, agreed with the OFT, warned headteachers and bursars not to talk to other schools even about fee information that was already in the public domain.
American college Wake Forest's best four from five individual scores gave them a team total of two-under 286 to put them four in front of of R&A Bursars and seven ahead of Stirling University.