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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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He is still in the early days of his career and we hope that his use of the bursary funds will make a positive and significant difference to his future.
The bursary allows those who are involved in disability sport to attend courses so they can improve their knowledge, enhance their skills and become better coaches.
She said: "Without the Llwyddo'n Lleol bursary, I wouldn't have been able to begin this venture.
The money for the bursary was raised through two concerts held last year at Saltburn and at EFDSS in London to celebrate Graeme's life and songs.
Also it's important that trainees understand, as they are considering a career in teaching, the bursary that they are likely to attract if they are accepted on to a teacher training course.
In an effort to address the question, the Bank of Namibia has felt it imperative to introduce an Undergraduate Bursary Scheme in order to make contributions towards capacity building in Namibia.
The Newcastle Bursary, starting in September, will mean young people aged between 16 and 19 who come from families with a household income below pounds 20,817 can receive pounds 15 per week for staying on at school, providing they meet expectations for attendance and standards of behaviour.
The CAP bursary scheme, now in its third year, provides support to talented athletes from across the sub-region.
The bursary of nearly pounds 148,000 would provide money for individuals and groups of young people aged up to 30 years old intending to start a new business or community enterprise in the rural Vale.
The awards mark the start of a bursary scheme between Northumbria University's Law School and Ward Hadaway.
The idea is to help create a more skilled Army, and its new bursary scheme for 16- to 32-year-olds is aimed at taking the financial strain out of further education courses, and then to provide a job when the studying ends.
AN INNOVATIVE scheme to support enterprising young people in north-west Wales has made its 100th bursary award.