Definition of travelling scholarship in English:

travelling scholarship

Line breaks: trav¦el|ling schol¦ar|ship

noun

A scholarship given to enable the holder to travel for the purpose of study or research.
More example sentences
  • At the end of his student period he won a travelling scholarship that enabled him to spend several months in Rome and Venice.
  • During the final two years of his studies, he visited Europe twice, once on a traveling scholarship awarded to him by the academy in 1967.
  • Soon after democracy returned to the country, he persuaded the University of Sheffield to offer free travelling scholarships for teachers of dentistry in Poland, enabling 300 people to receive vital training.

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