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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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In spite of the assurances from Governor Makinde and the government, the questions on the lips of a lot of people are, 'How will the government finance bursary awards to hundreds of the indigenes of the state who are in various higher institutions in the country?' How sustainable is the yearly award of N500, 000 to the indigenes of the state who will be going for their mandatory one-year study at the Nigerian Law School?
Please apply on-line at NAAF's post-secondary education bursary awards program or contact NAAF at 1-800-329-9780.
She attended the Victoria Wade School of Dance and had won 18 trophies and a bursary award over the previous three months.
During his first year at the RNCM, he won the Elsie Thurston Prize and represented the college at the Kathleen Ferrier Bursary Award in October 2009 and the Clonter Opera Prize in 2012.
Aiming nhigh - Giedre Reventaite (pictured right) receives congratulations for her student bursary award from Birmingham Met Director Sue Woodward
In advance of the event - a key highlight in the North East's agricultural calender - George Hutchinson, president of organising body, Tynedale Agricultural Society, has announced the names of successful Bursary Award applicants who will receive funding for this September's academic term.
Legal Studies for Aboriginal People (LSRP) PRE-LAW Bursary Award: Deadline May 15
we've a history of success in the BBC Radio Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award so quite a few students have gone on to a contract with the BBC Radio Drama Company straight after graduating.
This track was released in February and gained Liz a nomination forh the RTE/RAAP Breakthrough Bursary Award and a good few spins on the radio.
In March this year, Tudor Rose won a Sir Doug Ellis Bursary Award for their work in offering both placements and Apprenticeships to young people, and their apprentice Jordan Powell was awarded a Sir Doug Ellis Endeavour Award.
Will Howard, who is studying the MA in Acting for Stage, Screen and Radio, won this year's Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award.
Others getting their teeth into study included Isobel Routledge, 18, from Birkenhead, who got five A-Levels at A* and A grades, as well as using a Nuffield Bursary Award to conduct research into mosquitoes.