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Student

A person working toward an educational qualification, especially but not necessarily a degree. For example, one may be studying for a bachelor's degree in engineering or a professional certification as an electrician. Students often finance their studies with loans and grants. These loans may be treated favorably for tax purposes.
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Applications for studentships must be submitted by the applicant's lead supervisor by November 21.
A concept for an appropriate ticket system for the elections of representatives of the studentship in Ulm University was developed.
The secondary teachers' studentship, introduced in 1955 by the then Minister of Education, Ronald Algie, was the initiative which, it was widely believed, would most effectively address the staffing shortage.
Since the years of your studentship, there have been many people who have attended universities and colleges under the student loans system.
Helen's PhD studentship is co-fonded by an industrial partner, Campden BRI.
Winning a Hackett Studentship, he went to Oxford in 1955 and was elected a research fellow of Nuffield College where he stayed till 1962, publishing papers in the Economic Journal, the Journal of Political Economy and other scholarly journals.
Now students are being invited to apply for the Gavin Mooney Master of Science studentship, offering PS3000 towards tuition fees and living expenses.
He has been fighting for rights of poor, suppressed kissans and workers from studentship.
The purpose of this intervention is to raise interest, educate and attract the future generation of media personnel at universities to be part of the movement against child labour, particularly on its worst forms and to convert them as activists from the studentship who take proactive actions for change of perceptions and attitudinal behavior of society by utilizing the knowledge gained on the subject and the use of mass media tools and techniques.
THE NEWLY opened optometry department at Plymouth University is seeking a PhD student for a fully-funded studentship starting early next year.
We're delighted to support Luke's PhD studentship which has made an innovative discovery that will potentially benefit many people affected by breast cancer.
Twenty-one students from the university and the technical college have received grants totalling just over pounds 6,000 from the Tinker Fisher Studentship.

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