Entry from British & World English dictionary
A grant or payment made to support a student’s education.
- Sharrock's father settled on him the rent of a small property in Northampton, to augment his fellowship, as he had given up a bursarship and tutorships in change for study.
- Faber's minor prose works were Elnovia, a light-hearted and eventually rather dated fantasy, and an account of the history of the All Souls bursarships, printed privately.
- No pupil can obtain a bursarship or half bursarship.
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