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The two bursaries available are aptly named "Achieve" and "Prosper".
The following changes to scholarships and bursaries are being introduced for the 2014 to 2015 academic year: Scholarships for graduates training to teach maths, physics, chemistry and computing with a 2:1 or better will increase from PS20,000 to PS25,000.
Helen O'Sullivan, headteacher at Tonypandy Community College, said: "These bursaries offer students the experience of living away from home and studying a course that will, in the long-term be life-changing.
Since the bursary program was created in fall 2010, the Caisse has awarded eight bursaries totaling over $85,000.
A third of the pupils on bursaries pay nothing at all, while a further third have more than 90% of their fees paid for them.
Students will be ineligible if receiving more than $3,500 in other scholarships or bursaries for the current academic year.
Some 32% of Oxford Opportunity Bursaries went to first year undergraduates educated in the independent sector.
Bursaries to help poorer students were introduced in 2006, the same time as top-up fees came into effect, with the aim of ensuring that this group of youngsters were not put off applying to higher education.
Prof Bone said universities that wanted to increase their bursaries during clearing would have to get agreement from the Office for Fair Access (Offa) to higher education, which regulates the charging of tuition fees.
Several key community groups across the North have come together or are joining forces to donate funds for student bursaries.
As well as presenting the very best in new and innovative products, as part of this year's exhibition three categories of awards have been allocated; five 100% Foundation Awards, three 100% International Foundation Awards, and five 100% Design Crafts Council Bursaries.
Under this plan, the government matches every dollar a university can secure from private sources to endow bursaries for students with adequate marks, Canadian citizenship, Ontario home addresses and limited funds.