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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A dance-loving nine-year-old from Telford has won a bursary by impressing a West End choreographer.
A dance-loving nine-year-old has won a bursary by impressing a West End choreographer.
A bursary program for continuing care assistants is being launched.
"We resolved to meet the Controller of budget, County Executive Member for Finance, chief officer for Finance, County Attorney and all officers in charge of payments and officials from Co-operative bank involved with a bursary," he said.
A BURSARY scheme for student nurses, midwives and allied health professionals is set to continue in Wales, it has been revealed.
Scotland's Rural College (SRUC) has launched a bursary scheme for mature students.
figure By GEORGE MUNENE Members of the Kirinyaga County Assembly have threatened to impeach Governor Anne Waiguru over the controversial reduction of a bursary fund for needy students.The ward representatives demanded that the governor releases the whole amount they had approved or she be kicked out of office.
Community organisations in Dumfries and Galloway which support individuals and families have the chance to benefit from a bursary boost.
Community organisations in Monklands which support individuals and families have the chance to benefit from a bursary boost.
Community organisations in North Lanarkshire which support individuals and families have the chance to benefit from a bursary boost.
Sandlan criticised leeway in the system which allows colleges to pay a bursary at 80 per cent of the guideline level.
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.