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fellowship

[fel′ōship]
Etymology: As, feolaga, friendly association
a grant given to a person to pay for study or training or to allow payment for work on a special project. It provides a stipend and in some cases the miscellaneous expenses involved in the study, training, or project.

fellowship

Graduate education A post-residency training period of 1–2 yrs in a subspecialty–eg, hand surgery, which allows a specialized physician to develop a particular expertise that may have a related subspecialty board; fellowship time is often used to prepare for specialty boards examinations. See Training.

fellowship

(fel'o-ship?) [ME. felaweshipe]
An awarded or sponsored educational experience leading to specialized training.
See: fellow
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