A bursary

A bursary

n
(Education) NZ the higher of two bursaries available for students entering university, polytechnic, etc. Compare B bursary
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Sandlan criticised leeway in the system which allows colleges to pay a bursary at 80 per cent of the guideline level.
A BURSARY scheme designed to Y propel women up the career ladder and support the growth of femaleowned businesses has been overwhelmed with submissions, with more than 200 applications for just two bursary places.
In the future, the Bursary staff intend to grow what began years ago, to increase the numbers of students allowed to attend the school on a Bursary, but they will rely partially on donations to achieve this.
The Social Security Commission's Development Fund this week advised that prospective students enrolled at any technical or academic institutions of higher education in SADC and from disadvantaged backgrounds must apply now for a bursary or study loan.
A BURSARY scheme offering businesses in the West Midlands up to PS850 has been extended.
TALENTED young musicians are being urged to apply for a bursary created in memory of a renowned Teesside songwriter.
Veli Sibiya held a bursary throughout his four-year mechanical engineering degree at the University of Witwatersrand.
The 11-year-old Coten End Primary School pupil who lives in the town has been chosen as the winner of a bursary enabling him to take up his secondary education at Warwick School.
FARMER'S son Matt Wallace is the second in his family to receive a bursary from Northumberland County Show to study agriculture.
A study by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA) reveals that young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are not influenced by the size of a bursary on offer when picking universities.
A BURSARY is helping a student on Anglesey head to the frontline.
Illegal immigrant Dzikamai Mhakayakora, from Zimbabwe, jailed at Chelmsford Crown Court for nine months after trousering pounds 85,000 in a bursary and wages.