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C&E Branch 2016 Educational Bursaries Competition /Concours 2016 de Bourse d'Études de la Branche des C&E

The Communications and Electronic Branch (C&E Br) Office is currently accepting nominations for the 2016 education bursaries competition where the Branch will award two $1000.00 and two $500.00 education bursaries. 954 more words

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BIG Event 2016 bursaries

This is ideal for people working in and around science communication, who think they might benefit from making some more professional friends by attending BIG’s three-day conference – this year in Belfast on 20-22 July… 186 more words

Student Bursaries – What’s Your Opinion?

From August 01, 2017, nursing and allied health students will no longer have access to NHS bursary.  They will instead have to access the standard student support system for their tuition and living fees; in other words, take a loan just like any other student undergoing university studies. 383 more words

Nurse

Future of Student Nurse Funding

The replacement of NHS bursaries by loans for nursing and allied health professional students was announced by Chancellor George Osborne in November 2015.  Starting August 01, 2017, new nursing and allied health students will have to access the standard student support system to cover their tuition fees and means-tested support for living costs.  218 more words

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Free tuition comes at a cost, NB Tuition Access Bursary critics warn

The recent announcement of free tuition for low-income and middle-class students entering publicly funded post-secondary institutions is receiving criticism from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.

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Politics

Niamh O'Donovan wins bursary place for CILIP Conference 2016

Congratulations to Niamh O’Donovan, winner of the MmIT bursary place for the CILIP Conference 2016. Niamh works for Galway Public Libraries in Ireland and is a new member of CILIP. 389 more words

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New Brunswick government announces free tuition for low income students

The New Brunswick government has announced they will provide free post-secondary tuition for low income and middle class families through their new Tuition Access Bursary (TAB). 402 more words

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