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EFDSS' artist development and programming manager Neil Pearson said: "Joe is just the sort of person we were aiming to help with the bursary.
We know a modest amount of financial help can make a huge difference to bursary recipients, enabling them to progress studies and further their ambitions.
However, the bursary will relieve some of the financial pressure associated with being a student and I can hopefully spend a bit more time focusing on my studies.
Where I coach has benefited too, as the bursary has meant people who would not usually have had the chance to be coached by highly-qualified instructors now do have those opportunities.
Illegal immigrant Tendayi Mukwe, from Zimbabwe, jailed for a year at Chelmsford after she swindled a pounds 20,000 NHS bursary - although her leave to stay in Britain expired in 2003.
The 100th bursary was awarded to t-shirt designer Lowri Fretwell, of Penygroes, who impressed the bursary panel with her plans to design and print a range of goods which now includes corporate wear, baby t-shirts, bibs, bags, and greetings cards.
Claire Eccles, 17, spent six weeks at the Blue Planet aquarium in Ellesmere Port through the Nuffield and Wirral excellence challenge bursary programmes.
Chairman of the fund, Ken Little, on acceptance of the cheque said that the Vellinga family liked the concept of making an opportunity for children in the Gravenhurst community and with their $10,000 donation and a matching anonymous donation, there is sufficient funds to make a stand-alone bursary to be given to a needy student each year.
Applicants from Teesside will be preferred for the Graeme Miles Bursary, named after the late Middlesbrough-born songwriter who died aged 77 in March last year.
The amount of bursary you will be eligible for depends on the subject you want to teach and your degree class.
A statement released by the Central Bank said that the bursary scheme was aimed at a number of objectives which include; training persons within the framework of the national human resources development strategy, broadening the recruitment base and strengthening the technical capacity of the bank, and providing access and equality to education to a wider community of Namibia regardless of sex, race and religion.
A NEW bursary scheme is being introduced to help young people from poorer backgrounds in Newcastle stay on in education.