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bursary

(1) A monetary award made by an institution, deanery or Royal College to a person to assist in their education—e.g., a graduate elective or vacation studies; a scholarship.
(2) The financial infrastructure of an institution.
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IET scholarships and bursaries are funded by the IET with support from charitable foundations and engineering companies, including BAE Systems, BT, Lloyd's Register Foundation, Siemens, The Engineers Trust, The ERA Foundation, The Manly Trust, Mr and Mrs Tubbs and the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851.
Applications for Type A or Type B Bursaries from candidates who have previously been successful in that competition shall not be considered by the selection committee.
Students from Tonypandy Community College, Treorchy Comprehensive School, Porth Community School, Ysgol Gyfun Cymmer and Ferndale Community School all received bursaries.
9m in the bank and that won't bring in enough interest to pay the bursaries that we need.
When a new round of bursaries is given out staff are updated and thanked for their support, and a similar note is passed onto students to highlight how they can use, and are using, the bursary.
But these findings reveal that disadvantaged youngsters are not more likely to apply to the universities offering the largest bursaries.
This endowment will be used to fund bursaries distributed to students in financial need through an application process.
The bursaries have been very important to the viability of her work.
While only students from Ontario can benefit from bursaries supported by matching money, each Ontario student helped from this source aids a student from elsewhere by freeing up an existing bursary with no geographical restriction.
Education and Employment Secretary David Blunkett yesterday said sixth formers across the region would be able to apply for 6,000 of the pounds 2,000 Opportunity Bursaries.
Fifty-four students have been awarded bursaries of varying amounts.
I have intended that as residents, you participate in identifying which of your neighbours' children are most deserving of County bursaries," Wangamati said.