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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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Inspired by this initiative, one alumni couple, Mr Eugene Wong and Ms Emily Chin, decided to donate to the Bursary Fund because they believe in making tertiary education accessible to talented young people regardless of their financial situation.
The PS5,000 is part of a wider West of Scotland community bursary initiative which offers a total of PS15,000 to local charities and organisations.
Zoe's is the last cohort to receive the bursary, with new students receiving support from the Student Loans Company.
Trainees studying in Scotland in the 2016-17 academic year will be eligible for a bursary of PS6,578.
By scrapping the NHS bursary and uncoupling workforce planning from education commissioning the Government are taking a risk with the future of patient safety and care delivery, and exacerbating the current recruitment crisis.
Olga Katjiuongua, Manager of the Development Fund explained "When looking at our bursary scheme, we are looking for students who are pursuing full-time studies for a first diploma or a first degree at a recognized institution of higher education in the SADC region.
Applicants for the first type of bursary are required to be members of their national associations affiliated to ESSE, except for those whose associations do not consider PhD students eligible as members; in this case, their supervisors or the department to which they are affiliated must be ESSE members.
The bursary funding was provided by the Old Warwickian Trust made up of former pupils.
THE new Katie Taylor Bursary for third-level education will see the successful applicant awarded [euro]1,000 for each academic year over a threeyear period.
Capital Region Tourism's bursary scheme aims to help those working in the business to improve their skills and raise the quality of South Wales' tourism.
SECOND-YEAR optometry undergraduates Janaka Sasitharan and Ciara Hankins have been named as the recipients of the Irvine Aitchison Memorial Fund Bursary.
To support this I proposed, set up and developed a library bursary scheme whereby students can apply to receive funding to pay for all of the costs of an activity that will enrich their lives.