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Bursary vs. Scholarship

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Bursarynoun

A monetary award to university students that allows them to continue their studies.

Scholarshipnoun

A grant-in-aid to a student.

Bursarynoun

(dated) The treasury of a religious order or public institution.

Scholarshipnoun

The character or qualities of a scholar.

Bursarynoun

The treasury of a college or monastery.

Scholarshipnoun

The activity, methods or attainments of a scholar.

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Bursarynoun

A scholarship or charitable foundation in a university, as in Scotland; a sum given to enable a student to pursue his studies.

Scholarshipnoun

(uncountable) The sum of knowledge accrued by scholars; the realm of refined learning.

Bursarynoun

the treasury of a public institution or religious order

Scholarshipnoun

The first year of high school, often accompanied by exams that needed to be passed before advancement to the higher grades.

Bursary

A bursary is a monetary award made by any educational institution or funding authority to individuals or groups. It is usually awarded to enable a student to attend school, university or college when they might not be able to, otherwise.

Scholarshipverb

(intransitive) To attend on a scholarship.

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Scholarshipverb

To grant a scholarship.

Scholarshipnoun

The character and qualities of a scholar; attainments in science or literature; erudition; learning.

β€˜A man of my master's . . . great scholarship.’;

Scholarshipnoun

Literary education.

β€˜Any other house of scholarship.’;

Scholarshipnoun

Maintenance for a scholar; a foundation for the support of a student.

Scholarshipnoun

financial aid provided to a student on the basis of academic merit

Scholarshipnoun

profound scholarly knowledge

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Scholarship

A scholarship is an award of financial aid for a student to further their education at a private elementary or secondary school, or a private or public post-secondary college, university, or other academic institution. Scholarships are awarded based upon various criteria, such as academic merit, diversity and inclusion, athletic skill, financial need, among others.

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