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Student Bursaries

We should value our nurses and the role they play in our care. It is vital that nurses receive high quality training and support as they will care for us In our times of need. 119 more words


What a hashtag!! Look it up on Twitter if you’ve not seen it and marvel at the ferocious defence of nursing online. Really makes me proud to be a student nurse and part of the wonderful tweeting nurse community!! 440 more words


I’m sure by now nearly everyone in the nursing community is aware of the news that nursing students applying for 17/18 will no longer receive bursaries and will have to pay tuition fees. 468 more words


@HITScotland's scholarships and bursaries can make Scotland's hospitality 'the best in the world'

Want to set yourself apart with some FREE hospitality education? You can get free learning with the help of HIT Scotland’s excellent scholarships and bursaries. So what’s the catch? 236 more words

Cowichan Wheels Bursary

Bursaries are awarded to students who have a disability OR who are entering a field with the intention to improve the lives of people with a disability.   17 more words

Scholarships & Bursaries

Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia Educational Assistance Fund

The purpose of the Fund, as set out in the trust document is, “to assist any beneficiary selected under the provisions of the Trust to further his or her educational goals, whether academic or vocational, provided that the bursary shall not be used as a sole means of support but rather as a supplement to existing funding to cover shortfalls in fees, books, maintenance and/or transportation which might otherwise cause the individual affected to terminate his or her studies prematurely.” 98 more words

Scholarships & Bursaries

Spotlight on star student Phuluso Mawela

The Sumbandila team have had the privilege of nurturing Phuluso Mawela over the past five years. Currently in his final year writing the AS Level exams, Phuluso has grown into a confident yet humble leader who cares deeply about the Sumbandila family and more importantly his own family at home. 479 more words