Maintenance for a scholar; a foundation for the support of a student.
An award based on academic excellence, exceptional promise or financial need. Usually awarded to undergraduate students.
A gift of money (which does not need to be repaid) given to recognize student achievement. It may be based partly on financial need.
New Zealand Scholarship is a monetary award to recognize top students. It does not attract credits nor contribute towards a qualification. Scholarship candidates will be assessed against challenging standards, and the examinations will be demanding for the most able students in each subject. Karahipi Ko te Karahipi o Aotearoa he tohu moni hei whakanui i nga akoranga motuhake. Kaore ra tenei i te mea whiwhi i etahi whiwhinga kia eke ki tetahi tohu. Heoi ano, ratou nga akonga e whiwhi ana i te Karahipi ka aromatawaitia mai i nga aromatawai whakatapari rawa. He uaua hoki nga whakamatautau mo te tauira matatau.
An award granted through national competition or by recommendation of the Professor of Naval Science to career motivated individuals possessing the abilities and attitudes desired by the naval service. This award provides for the payment of tuition, fees, books, and laboratory expenses along with a monthly subsistence allowance.
A financial award give to students based on academic excellence. Other factors such as character, community involvement may also be considered in regards to specific awards.
A scholarship is financial aid you don't have to pay back and is usually given to students who are recognized for academic achievement, athletic ability, or other talents.
A financial aid grant based either on your scholastic achievement or financial need.
Generally an amount of $500 or more paid for the benefit of an undergraduate student to aid in the pursuit of studies. UNCW scholarships generally fall under either of the following groups ~ Grants/contract supported scholarships are scholarships that are part of a larger grant/contract, are awarded specifically for financial aid, and are subject to a review and approval by the Office of Sponsored Programs ~ All other scholarships are generally established through University Advancement, and are supported through a signed donor agreement and are assigned a FRS account. Scholarships Awarded by Off-Campus Agencies â€“ Scholarships awarded by off-campus agencies that have designated funding for UNCW students. Generally, these agencies select the recipient's and the funds are not university controlled.
An award of money or similar consideration generally based on merit or ability, as well as need. Some type of service may be required, but repayment is not.
A scholarship is an award usually based on academic achievement, community involvement, or similar factors. It is awarded regardless of financial need. Some scholarships must be applied for, while others are awarded automatically.
financial aid towards academic studies awarded on academic merit alone, or on academic merit combined with other criteria. For more information visit Student Awards & Financial Aid.
a sum of money awarded to a student on the basis of academic merit.
A study grant of financial aid usually given at the undergraduate level, which may be supplied in the form of a cancellation of tuition and/or fees.
a guaranteed or competitive student award based on academic achievement. Some scholarships may also include consideration of school and community activities, qualities of leadership or other criteria. Competitive Entrance Awards: Awards open to students based on academic achievement, financial need, and contributions to school and community life. Students must fill out the Application for Competitive Entrance Awards and Application for Admission by February 15 to be eligible. Guaranteed Entrance Scholarships: students who have an admission average of above 85% and submit an Application for Admission to the University of Saskatchewan prior to May 1 are automatically eligible.
An amount of money that is awarded to a student to help them with living expenses, study or travel.
financial aid provided to a student on the basis of academic merit
a contribution to the costs of the tuition fee, travel, study and living expenses
a direct way to help students and the university as well as to honor someone important to you
a financial award based on merit, including academic performance, special talent in sports or performing arts etc
a financial award based on merit, special talent and/or leadership qualities
a financial award based on merit, such as excellent academic performance, special talents, community service, or leadership
a financial award for students in recognition of their academic achievement
a financially based award or financial aid that is presented to an individual in order for that person to pursue their education at a higher level
a financial reward to students who have achieved excellence academically, or excellence in a nominated performance area or excellence in relation to specific new exciting courses
a form of student financial aid that does not need to be repaid
a full-conference award that is based on merit and institutional financial need
a gift of money or other aid to help a student
a grant awarded based on academic excellence and exceptional promise and, in some cases, personal attributes or financial need
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a lump sum given to you, usually on the basis of merit
a merit based award given to students by a school or other agency
a merit-based funding determined by a variety of factors
a monetary award based on academic merit or excellence
a monetary award given to a student primarily on the basis of academic standing
a monetary award given to outstanding students in recognition of their academic excellence, leadership, achievements, and promise
a monetary award made on the basis of academic achievement
a monetary award offered to a student who demonstrates certain characteristics
a monetary award or equivalent granted to a student for educational expenses
a monetary merit-based award that recognizes and rewards students primarily for the academic excellence
an academic award to a student for outstanding academic, athletic or artistic talent
an achievement award which is usually based on academic grades, abilities, skills, test scores, class rank, etc
an amount of money awarded to a student based on academic merit
an award based on academic performance, talent, or other factors
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an award given by an organization or institution to fund the education of a selected student
an award given to a student for the purpose of furthering their education
an award of access or an institution and/or money for an individual for the purposes of furthering their education
an award on grounds of scholarly ability that will be used exclusively for remission of tuition fees
an awards recognizing academic excellence or achievement
an award that is offered from many areas
an award to a student based primarily on academic performance, although other criteria may be considered based on the donors' requirements
an example of merit-based aid
a non-repayable award, given in recognition of outstanding academic achievement
a non-repayable award given primarily for academic excellence or accomplishment
a non-repayable gift primarily issued to a student who meets established guidelines for outstanding academic achievement and possibly other criteria, excluding financial need
a non-repayable source of funding that has an academic requirement and/or financial need requirement to be awarded
a one time, lifetime award
a specific gift of money or another form of financial aid such as a work-study
a sum of money awarded to a student in recognition of academic achievement
a sum of money donated to a student to help pay for his or her education or training and any associated costs
a type of aid based on merit that does not require repayment
a type of federal aid awarded to students usually on the basis of academic merit or exceptional talent
Gift aid awarded to a student on the basis of superior academic performance or talent.
A non-repayable financial award to students to help finance their studies. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of outstanding academic achievement. semester: Half the academic year usually lasting between 15 and 18 weeks.
A monetary award based on academic achievement
A form of financial assistance that does not have to be repaid. Scholarship are usually offered to students who show potential for distinction, or who possess certain characteristics important to the scholarship provider (such as scholastic achievement, religious beliefs, hobbies, ethnicity, majors, etc.). These are available from many sources including community groups, schools and private organizations.
A study grant, either in cash or in the form of tuition or fee reduction.
a financial award given to students, on the basis of outstanding academic achievement, to assist them with the costs of their education.
Based on merit or your choice in major, a scholarship is financial assistance awarded to you as a gift to be used toward your educational expenses as you work toward your degree. Every scholarship has different requirements. The Financial Aid department has a list of all the scholarships currently available.
Gift award based on grades or other achievement; usually not based on financial need.
A form of student assistance based on academic achievement or some other form of talent or accomplishment. Scholarships usually do not have to be repaid.
A study grant of financial aid usually given at the undergraduate level, this is given in the form of waiver of tuition and/or fees.
Based on academic, athletic, creative or other achievement, a form of gift aid which does not require repayment.
Similar to a bursary, they are non-repayable sums of money given to a student to aid in their studies. Unlike bursaries, scholarships are usually limited in availability, based on excellence in some area, or for a specific purpose (music, sport, travel, etc.)
A form of Gift Aid that may be based on merit or need.
a cash award or tuition waiver awarded to a student.
A scholarship is an award for academic, athletic or artistic achievement. A scholarship does not have to be repaid. Maintaining a scholarship usually requires the recipient to adhere to minimum standards of academic performance or athletic accomplishments.
a sum of money or other aid granted to a student on the basis of merit or other factors, for example, low income, rural or Indigenous background. See also Commonwealth Learning Scholarships, exemption scholarship, fee-paying scholarship.
An amount of money awarded by an organization to a student for educational expenses such as tuition.
A scholarship is non-repayable financial assistance that is awarded based on academic merit or some other achievement.
gift award based on grades, financial need, or other achievement.
This committee is run by members of all three PTA's. Its main function is fundraising for the scholarships which are awarded to graduating TZHS students.
a financial aid award to help pay for college. It does not have to be repaid and is generally based on skill, ability, talent, and/or achievement.
Money awarded to students based on merit or ability, usually academic or athletic. Sometimes scholarships consider financial need, but not always.
a monetary gift usually awarded according to donorâ€™s specifications, such as financial need, achievement or field of study. Student Aid report: the report the student receives from the need-analysis processor indicating financial information on file regarding the student; to be used for the corrections process.
An award to students based on academic achievement, family background, or personal activities. It is sometimes based on financial need. The student does not have to repay this money.
Financial aid awarded for academic and other achievements (music, athletics, etc.). Scholarships do not have to be paid back.
A form of financial assistance which does not require repayment or employment and is made to a student who demonstrates distinction in high school, usually in academic performance, the arts, or athletics.
Non-repayable award based on academic excellence and involvement in school and/or community. The vast majority of scholarships at UBC are awarded based on nominations; you do not need to apply.
A non-repayable sum of money awarded to a student to help finance further education. Most scholarships are based on merit in areas ranging from academic achievement to athletics. Usually, scholarships are not based on financial need.
Merit based financial assistance that does not require repayment. All applicants to Olin's full-time MBA program, both domestic and international, are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships - including our 15 full-tuition Wood Leadership Fellowships.
Financial assistance/aid that is usually based on merit or ability, and that does not have to be repaid.
A form of financial aid given to students on the basis of need or merit (or a combination of both) to help pay for their education expenses. Some scholarships have community service requirements and geographic, institutional or academic major restrictions. Most scholarships require the student to maintain satisfactory academic progress for renewal.
A monetary award, at the entrance or in-course and/or graduating level based on academic excellence (in specific subject or group of subjects) and on the recognition of additional relevant attributes.
A financial aid award that is usually based on academic merit or achievement and does not have to be paid back.
A scholarship is money given to a student for the purposes of paying for all or part of the cost of college. Scholarships can be awarded to students based on students' academic achievements or on many other factors as determined by a college.
Exclusive student aid awards based on a variety of criteria. Scholarships are available for academic achievement, athletic ability, interests, career goals, and countless other qualifications. They don't have to be repaid.
Money received based on a student's academic achievement or ability to succeed in college. Scholarships do not have to be repaid.
A scholarship is an award that does not usually have to be paid back, and is usually awarded to students who demonstrate or show promise of high achievement in an area such as academics, athletics, music, art or other disciplines.
A form of educational financial assistance that does not require repayment or a work obligation. A "merit-based" scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates potential for distinction, usually in academic performance. A "need-based" scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates financial need. Some scholarships may require both academic proficiency and demonstrated financial need.
A form of financial aid given to undergraduate students to help pay for their education. Most scholarships are restricted to paying all or part of tuition expenses, though some scholarships also cover room and board. For further information see: SCHOLARSHIP
A competitive grant awarded based on grades or awards and other achievements (may or may not be based on financial need).
A form of financial assistance that does not require repayment or employment and is usually made to students who demonstrate or show potential for distinction, usually in academic performance.
Typically based on a student's ability or involvement in activities; does not have to be repaid; can come from a variety of sources.
A study grant of financial aid, usually given at the undergraduate level, that may take the form of a waiver of tuition and/or fees.
Money awarded to a prospective student with exceptional skills in order to .
Money award made to support a student's education. It is often awarded on the basis of academic achievement.
Financial aid given on the basis of academic merit.
A scholarship is a sum of money given to a student for the purposes of paying at least part of the cost of college. Scholarships can be awarded to students based on students' academic achievements or on many other factors.
Money that is usually given to a student who has achievements in a variety of areas, not just academics.
a form of financial aid that usually has certain criteria (either merit or need based) that must be met before being awarded to the student. Scholarships may be internal (awarded through the university) or external (awarded by an outside organization, such as a church or civic club).
A form of financial assistance that does not require repayment or employment and which is usually offered to students who show potential for distinction, or who possess certain characteristics important to the scholarship provider (such as religious beliefs, hobbies, ethnicity, etc.).
Grants of money to deserving students based on specific criteria.
A form of financial aid given to undergraduate students to help pay for their education. Most scholarships are restricted to paying all or part of tuition expenses, though some scholarships also cover books and supplies. Scholarships are a form of gift aid and do not have to be repaid. Many scholarships are restricted to students in specific courses of study or with academic, athletic or artistic talent.
An award, for undergraduate students, granted on the basis of academic standing; extra-curricular and community activities as well as demonstrated financial need may also be considered.
A study grant or financial aid, that may take the form of a partial/full waiver of tuition and/or fees.
A form of financial assistance which does not require repayment and is usually made to a student who shows potential for distinction, usually in academic performance.
The principle of all organizations achieving high academic standards
A grant; that is, a form of financial aid that does not have to be repaid.
Gifts of money to students for the purpose of helping them finance their education. Although scholarships are usually awarded on the basis of scholastic merit, many also stipulate that successful candidates will also possess other characteristics, belong to certain groups, combine scholarship with outstanding performance in other areas, including volunteering and extra curricular activities. Students are not required to repay a scholarship nor must they demonstrate financial need.
A kind of financial aid for students who meet special athletic, academic, or artistic qualifications, or who plan to study certain subjects or who belong to certain groups. You don't have to repay a scholarship.
A grant awarded based on grades or other achievement; not always based on financial need.
A form of aid which is not repaid and is usually awarded on the basis of academic merit or special talent.
Financial assistance awarded to students on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, or athletic participation. Scholarships need not be repaid.
New Zealand Scholarship is a monetary award to recognize top students. It does not attract credits nor contribute towards a qualification. Scholarship candidates will be assessed against challenging standards, and the examinations will be demanding for the most able students in each subject. Back to A-Z menu
A form of financial aid given to students to help pay their education expenses. Most scholarships are restricted to paying all or part of the tuition expenses, though some scholarships also cover room and board expenses. A scholarship is a form of gift aid and does not have to be repaid. Many scholarships are restricted to students in specific courses of study or for those with academic, athletic or artistic talent.
Scholarship is the pursuit of academic research, whether in the arts and humanities or sciences, and in all such fields means deep mastery of a subject, often through study at institutions of higher education.