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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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Drumpellier member Clare Queen has received the highest bursary award pounds 4000 from the R&A for golfers who choose to study in Europe while continuing to play amateur golf at the highest level.
Maryam Farooq, who achieved two A*s and a Grade A in mathematics, biology and chemistry, was presented with her bursary award at a ceremony held at OCR's offices in Coventry, ahead of the start of her studies at Cambridge University.
WELSH Water is inviting students planning environmental research projects to apply for the 2011 Mike Panes Memorial Bursary Award.
A WRITER from North Tyneside will receive a pounds 500 bursary after being named as the runner-up in the prestigious Alfred Bradley Bursary Award, run by BBC Radio Drama.
Kathryn, a former pupil of Harris School in Rugby and Binswood College, Leamington, scooped pounds 750 in the Winsor and Newton Young Artists' award and pounds 1,000 through the Stoke Roberts Bursary award.
Jordan, just been awarded a BBC Fame Academy Bursary Award, has already raised more than pounds 1,300 for the CFT by singing at North venues.
To apply write to: Bursary Award, Rosie Tyrwhitt-Drake, Cow & Gate, White Horse Business Park, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 OXQ with details of the course and why you would like to be sponsored, by August 8.
The bursary award will allow Judith to look at improving communication between the hospital trust and the ambulance service to strengthen existing facilities in A&E and improve emergency access.
The trip is being helped by a bursary award from Ecclesiastical Insurance.
Thomas was funded through a Macdonald Hotel Scholarship, a grant from the Hospitality Industry Trust Scotland Bursary Award and a contri- bution from Motherwell College's Canadian Scholarship Fund.
London-born Capper won both the Royal British Society of Sculpture Bursary Award and the Royal Academy Jack Goldhill Award for Sculpture in 2009.
THE RoyalWelsh Agricultural Society bursary award to enable young people to attend the annual Oxford Farming Conference in January has been won by 33-year-old Pembrokeshire farmer Tim John of Glanmar, Lambston.