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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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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.
The new fully-funded studentships, subject to contractual agreements, will power innovative research in the financial and professional services, advanced materials and manufacturing, creative industries and ICT sectors.
Prof Andrew Wathey, vice-chancellor and chief executive of Northumbria, said: "These studentships will create life-changing opportunities for some of the nation's most talented prospective new researchers in the arts, reflecting the AHRC's strategy for producing world-class postgraduates.
It is also anticipated that collaboration will help advance student experience and Cardiff is keen to strengthen the quality of its educational offering by exploring opportunities for cross-institution studentships and doctoral training.
The gardens organise oneyear botanical studentships, aimed at those who are committed to pursuing a career in professional horticulture and who wish to gain experience in amenity horticulture within a botanic garden.
The charity has already funded three PHD studentships, bought vital research equipment and held parties for children with cancer.
To find out more about BioNEt industrial studentships visit www.
This summer another event, a charity ball, is planned to honour his memory, and to raise funds for Geoff Hamilton's New Gardeners' Foundation, which supports studentships at his old college, Writtle in Essex, and for HDRA's work.
A spokesperson said: 'This was in order to give the University the maximum time available to formulate a creative programme of bursaries, scholarships, studentships and outreach initiatives that will support the largest number of students.
Norton Rose Fulbright s donation will support the following initiatives in the Faculty of Law: the Norton Rose Fulbright Eminent Speakers Course in Energy Law, two Norton Rose Fulbright Energy Internships, and 20 Norton Rose Fulbright International Studentships.
7m in outside funding for research projects and studentships, got the nod as the Global Business Development University Partner of the Year from the consumer goods giant at an event in Cincinnati.