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NAN recalls that Ogun state students had several times staged protests over unpaid bursaries and scholarship during the last administration in the state.
Four writers have been awarded a place on the Enhanced Mentoring Scheme: Mari Ellis Dunning, Rachel Carney, Nicholas McGaughey and Branwen Haf Williams will be joined by six recipients of ring-fenced bursaries (the New Writers' Bursaries and Under 25 Bursary).
Speaking at the formal presentation of the scholarships and bursaries, the Sustainability Manager of Goldfields, Mr.
Type A: a number of bursaries of up to 1500 euros each will be available for scholars in need of support to pursue a project or programme of research leading to the writing of their PhD dissertation.
The PS6,000 bursaries, paid over three years, will be used to offset accommodation costs and so support students to fully experience life at university.
The school launched its campaign - called RGS Bursaries - in 2002 after the then Labour government scrapped the Assisted Places scheme, which paid private school fees for disadvantaged pupils.
The first round of bursaries had a two week deadline.
In 2008 we disbursed 140 awards, 95 were scholarships and 45 were bursaries. (Award Amount: Scholarships for post-secondary applicants range from $2,500 - $5,000.
ALMOST a third of bursaries to help those from poorer backgrounds study at Oxford University were awarded to young people from independent schools last year, it has emerged.
Summary: Generous bursaries, usually offered by the most selective universities, are failing to attract poorer students.
NO idea if there's a running theme here, but these are the latest four prosecutions by the scam-busting unit of the health service, NHS Counter Fraud: Illegal immigrant Aisha Badamasi, from Nigeria, jailed for a year at Harrow Crown Court, London, after claiming pounds 36,000 in NHS student bursaries.
Since February 2006 it has been able to award bursaries of up to pounds 1,000, with the average award over the past two years working out at pounds 827.