Recent Examples of bursary from the Web
Something like over 50 percent of the students there were on some sort of financial aid or bursary or scholarship.
Mars has also committed to providing 200 Level 1 FA coaching bursaries, focusing on increasing equal representation.
Both winners will receive a bursary of £6,000 to cover accommodation and travel.
Some are sponsored by state scholarships and bursaries.
UCL has also frozen its lowest rents for 2016/17 and is offering £350,000 in accommodation bursaries to its 2016/17 residents.
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BURSARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bursary for English Language Learners
: an amount of money that a student is given to help pay for college or university study : a scholarship or grant
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