bursary bursary

Definition(s):

  • (n) the treasury of a public institution or religious order

Usage(s):

  1. After the tragic death of Sol's son, the family started the Butch Kerzner memorial bursary fund for underprivileged gifted children to study in the hospitality industry.
  2. She runs a bursary scheme for needy students in her electorate in the capital Nairobi, one that has succeeded through her good management and fund-raising efforts.
  3. The third was applying for a bursary in England and being turned down.

News

  • Wolverhampton Firm Forges Partnership With University College Birmingham

    Wolverhampton non-stick coating specialist Cooper Coated Coil has announced a new partnership with University College Birmingham (UCB). Cooper Coated Coil is providing a bursary to enable the University's food technology department to undertake an independent research project starting in July. The collaboration will enable the University to provide extra financial help to food technology ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: BakeryOnline

Quotes

  1. "A bursary like that would have been incredible (for me)," said Edmonton's Lori-Ann Muenzer, who won a gold medal in cycling at the age of 38 at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.
    on Nov 20, 2007 By: Lori-Ann Muenzer Source: Canada.com

  2. "This bursary program, which is part of the Allied Health Resource Strategy, targets hard-to-recruit sectors so that the population of New Brunswick can get access to services from pharmacists, rehabilitation therapists, technologists and other...
    on Jul 22, 2008 By: Mike Murphy Source: Victoria Star

  3. "The winner will receive a bursary of $10,000, and both the winner and runner-up will participate in the RIRDC Australian Institute of Company Directors' course," says Mr Whan. "The proposals from both Alison McIntosh and Lana Mitchell have...
    on Jan 11, 2010 By: Steve Whan Source: Cowra Community News

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