assistantship

Related to assistantship: Graduate assistant, teaching assistantship

as·sis·tant·ship

 (ə-sĭs′tənt-shĭp′)
n.
An academic position that carries a stipend and usually involves part-time teaching or research, given to a qualified graduate student.
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assistantship

(əˈsɪstəntʃɪp)
n
a graduate post which requires the student to carry out some teaching duties in return for financial assistance
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as•sis•tant•ship

(əˈsɪs təntˌʃɪp)

n.
a form of financial aid at graduate school in which a student assists a professor.
[1690–1700]
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Translations

assistantship

[əˈsɪstəntʃɪp] N
1. (Brit) (at school) → lectorado m
2. (US) (at college) → agregaduría f, puesto m de profesor agregado
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assistantship

n (Brit: at school) → Stelle fals Fremdsprachenassistent(in); (US: at college) → Assistentenstelle f
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That'll keep us till I'm qualified and have got through with my hospital appointments, and then I can get an assistantship."
The program provides a graduate assistantship to minority students for graduate study at Miami University.
I view the collaborative or accompanying assistantship as an all-win situation for the whole school.
The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) anticipates a horn graduate teaching assistantship opening for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Additionally, getting accepted into a good graduate music program and the ability to secure a graduate assistantship has become highly competitive, as colleges increasingly seek applicants who not only demonstrate excellent musical skills but also show other professional skills that will help them succeed in the already saturated music field.
A list of graduate scholarship, fellowship, and assistantship openings has been added under "Assistantships." Each fall we plan to email members who have identified themselves as university or conservatory teachers, asking for this information.
Metcalf began graduate school at Indiana University in 1957, where she received a Graduate Assistantship and graduated with Highest Distinction.
These scholarships are in addition to the MM assistantship and the Doctoral Fellowship.

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