A scholarship or charitable foundation in a university, as in Scotland; a sum given to enable a student to pursue his studies.
Sends out battels (College bills), and administers grant cheques (home students). It is open from noon to 2 pm for the collection of cheques and general enquiries.
financial assistance to students based primarily on need, but sometimes including other conditions such as enrollment in a specific program. Administered by Financial Assistance; requires an application.
A financial sum that is granted based on the financial need of the student.
a competitive student award based on a combination of academic achievement and financial need, or financial need alone. Bursaries may include consideration of school and community activities, qualities of leadership or other criteria.
a financial 'gift' to students who can demonstrate financial need
a grant based on financial need and is meant to supplement a student's own resources for tuition
a grant intended to cover living costs and is non-repayable
a grant of money made to a student
a grant of money towards fees or expenses
a grant which does not require repayment Working on Campus Finding part-time employment on campus is a great way to offset some of your university expenses
a monetary award given to a student who has attained a certain level of achievement and is in need of financial assistance to continue their education
a monetary award made on the basis of a combination of financial need and academic achievement or financial need alone
a monetary award to a student where the primary criterion is not academic performance
a monetary or equivalent award granted to a student or potential student to enable that person to continue his/her studies
an amount of money granted to a student in financial need to help with their living costs
an award based on financial need, which does not have to be paid back once you have completed your studies
a non-repayable amount of money, available to you depending on your financial circumstances to help you during your time at University
a non-repayable award based on financial need
a non-repayable award designed to assist any Trinity College student who has explored all other avenues of financial assistance (i
a non-repayable award given for the purpose of assisting registered students with the financial expenses normally incurred while pursuing an academic program
a non-repayable award granted to a student who is in financial need and who is progressing satisfactorily in their BCIT program
a non-repayable award that is based on need and satisfactory academic standing
a non-repayable financial award granted on the basis of financial need to students who qualify
a non-repayable gift, usually of money, primarily issued to a student who meets established guidelines for financial need and possibly other criteria
a non-repayable grant for students who demonstrate financial need
a non-repayable grant, not a loan
a non-repayable sum of money awarded annually by the University to 'top up' the Government Maintenance Grant, and is designed for students from lower-income households
a scholarship or a grant awarded to a student to follow a programme of study
a study stipend and may be awarded based on academic achievement or other selection criteria agreed to by QUT and the donor
a sum of money and is similar to a scholarship in that you're not expected to repay it, but it's awarded primarily on financial need rather than academic achievement
In this context, bursary refers to the OSAP Bursary for Students with Disabilities. See Appendix B, Funding for Disability Services.
A monetary award to a student based on good academic performance and financial need.
A bursary is a non-repayable amount of money given to a student to help them with the cost of education and their living costs.
A monetary grant based on demonstrated financial need.
Funds designed to assist students who meet specific eligibility criteria and demonstrate financial need.
Non-refundable financial aid granted to students to enable them to pursue a program of studies.
A bursary is a financial award based primarily on need.
A monetary award based on financial need. Carleton provides both a generous bursary and scholarship program.
A bursary is a financial award based mainly on need.
Non-repayable award given on the basis of assessed financial need. UBC offers bursaries through the General Busary Program, which is open to students in Canada.
A non-repayable grant of money, Bursaries are awarded primarily based on financial need, but academic achievement is also considered. Usually, the applicant must provide detailed documentation describing their financial situation when applying for the bursary.
An award granted on the basis of financial need.
is a non-repayable award given on the basis of assessed financial need.
an award of money towards tuition and fees that is based on financial need. Check out Student Awards and Financial Aid Office for more information.
A scholarship (see Scholarship) granted to eligible students in need, to help with living or study costs.
Financial award granted by an institution to a student. Bursaries have strict selection criteria, and are usually for a fixed amount, very often less than the full cost of a course
Monetary award to students who demonstrate financial need--similar to a grant.
Financial aid given to a student on the basis of demonstrated financial need or other specified criteria.
a cash award to help students pay for their education presented on the basis of financial need and/or academic achievement.
Financial award for a student in need
A financial award given to students, based mainly on need, although academic grades may also be considered. A bursary does not have to be repaid to the donor.