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bur·sa·ry

 (bûr′sə-rē)
n. pl. bur·sa·ries
1. A treasury, especially of a public institution or religious order.
2. Chiefly British A scholarship granted to a university student in need.

[Medieval Latin bursāria, from bursa, purse; see bursa.]

bur·sar′i·al (bər-sâr′ē-əl) adj.
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bursary

(ˈbɜːsərɪ)
n, pl -ries
1. (Education) Also called: bursarship a scholarship or grant awarded esp in Scottish and New Zealand schools, universities etc
2. (Education)
a. the treasury of a college, etc
b. the bursar's room in a college
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bur•sa•ry

(ˈbɜr sə ri)

n., pl. -ries.
1. the treasury of a monastery.
2. Brit. a college scholarship.
[1530–40; < Medieval Latin]
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bursary

the treasury, especially of a college. See also learning.
See also: Finance
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bursary - the treasury of a public institution or religious order
exchequer, treasury - the funds of a government or institution or individual
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Translations

bursary

[ˈbɜːsərɪ] N (Brit) (Univ) → beca f
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bursary

[ˈbɜːrsəri] n (British) (= grant) → bourse f (d'études)
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

bursary

n
(Brit: = grant) → Stipendium nt
(= office)Schatzamt nt; (Univ) → Quästur f
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bursary

[ˈbɜːsərɪ] n (grant) → borsa di studio
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in periodicals archive ?
'We understand that it is difficult to run the schools without money and that is why we decided to release the bursaries to the institutions well before the schools are opened.'
The National Association of Ogun State Students (NAOSS) has appealed to Gov Dapo Abiodun to resume the payment of bursaries and scholarships for the indigenes of the state in tertiary institutions.
The agitated MCAs stormed out of the Tuesday sitting in protest shouting "no bursaries, no sittings", vowing not to come back to the House until the executive releases the funds leaving behind only the assembly leadership and a section of their nominated counterparts in the House.
Up to 20 bursaries will be offered to new students enrolling on a course starting in September.
ITERATURE Wales has announced this year's investment in new writing and literary talent with its list of 2019 Writers' Bursaries and Mentoring Scheme recipients.
Goldfields Ghana Limited, Damang Mine has expended over GHS250,000 on scholarships and bursaries for students pursuing tertiary education in it host communities in the year 2018.
The STEM bursary programme exceeded its target during a successful first year, with 107 bursaries approved totalling more than PS2 million.
The University of Buckingham is appealing to local donors and businesses to support its students by covering some of the costs towards their book bursaries.
University Grants Commission (UGC) in a statement said that it had not curbed the Mahapola beneficiaries or bursaries given to university students around the country.
TWO local students have been awarded valuable Engineering Horizons Bursaries from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
But when bursaries are scrapped for loans, students will effectively have to shell out PS26 an hour for their training, says Anthony Johnson, president of the Nursing and Midwifery Society at King's College in London.