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Lost voices: the perspective of students whose grants were cut mid-course in 2013

The students whose voices come through most clearly in debates about student funding in Scotland appear to be those above the cut-off point for grants (see for example the analysis of a set of recent below the line comments, at the foot of… 609 more words

Scotland

The freedom to travel

The University’s 50th anniversary Be part of it campaign had a global reach and inspired more alumni than ever in the USA and Canada to get involved. 229 more words

Changing Lives

University Impossible: Part 1

I’ve been watching a lot of YouTube videos lately and have noticed a couple of my favourites doing Trilogy series. So, I thought I’d do a university Trilogy. 1,348 more words

Joyful Musings

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Nominations for the RIRDC Rural Women’s Award are closing 31 October.

Australia’s pre-eminent award for rural women, the award supports women with demonstrated leadership capabilities or leadership potential who have the desire and drive to make a greater contribution to their industries and communities. 106 more words

Rural Women

My scholarship scheme’ll be sustained —Ondo chief

An Ondo chief, the Odunwo of Ondo Kingdom, Chief Olabanji Akingbule, has said that his annual programme of awarding bursaries and scholarships to indigent students of Ondo State origin, would be sustained even after his death. 352 more words

News

MONEY WHERE MOUTH IS (2)

So here I am, sitting at home thinking, how am I going to deal with this Bursary thing?  Where do I start?   Who should I write to?  

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Zambia

Financing Your Education - Scholarships Aren’t Just for Top Students and Star Athletes!

Below is a bit of financing advice to fellow students and parents of students who plan to or already are attending college or university.

My dad told me that in all his years working in higher education one of the biggest myths he has tried to break is that students must have a high GPA or be an exceptional athlete to receive a scholarship, bursary or award. 257 more words

Confidence