Academic study or achievement; learning of a high level
A grant or payment made to support a student's education, awarded on the basis of academic or other achievement
financial aid provided to a student on the basis of academic merit
eruditeness: profound scholarly knowledge
(scholar) a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines
(scholar) learner: someone (especially a child) who learns (as from a teacher) or takes up knowledge or beliefs
(scholar) a student who holds a scholarship
A scholarship is an award of financial aid for a student to further education. Scholarships are awarded on various criteria usually reflecting the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the award.
Scholarly method or scholarship -- is the body of principles and practices used by scholars to make their claims about the world as valid and trustworthy as possible, and to make them known to the scholarly public.
(The Scholar) The Scholar is a reality television show broadcast by ABC.
(The Scholars (band)) The Scholars were an American band. Like the Nuckle Brothers, No Doubt and Reel Big Fish, they are one of the main founding bands of the Orange County ska scene.
(The Scholars (poem)) "The Scholars" is a poem written by the Irish poet William Butler Yeats. It is included in the 1919 collection The Wild Swans at Coole.
(The Scholars (Vocal Group)) The Scholars is an English a cappella mixed voice quartet (SATB). It began as a male voice quintet (AATBarB) and had a middle phase (1972–82) as a mixed voice quintet (SATBarB). ...
a grant-in-aid to a student; the character or qualities of a scholar; activity, methods or attainments of a scholar; the sum of knowledge accrued by scholars; the realm of refined learning; The first year of high school, often accompanied by exams that needed to be passed before advancement to ...
(scholar) A student; one who studies at school or college; A specialist in a particular branch of knowledge; A learned person; One who educates themself for their whole life
(Scholarships) Non- repayable awards to students based on merit or merit plus need.
(Scholarships) Financial awards that usually do not have to be paid back. They are given to students who demonstrate or show promise of high achievement in areas such as academics, athletics, music, art, or other disciplines.
scholarships, like grants, are a form of financial aid that do not have to be repaid. These are available from many sources including community groups, schools and private corporations. ...
(Scholarships) monetary awards given to students in recognition of outstanding academic achievement. Scholarships are sometimes based on financial need as well as academic performance.
(Scholarships) Funds used to pay for higher education that does not have to be repaid. Scholarships may be awarded based on any number of criteria, such as academics, achievements, talents, and affiliations with various groups, or career aspirations. Scholarships do not have to be repaid.
(Scholarships) A grant-in-aid to a student (as by a college or foundation)
(Scholarships) Financial assistance for college expenses granted by donors to qualified recipients. Further information is available in the Financial Aid Office.
(Scholarships) Money that is awarded to qualified students who are chosen as recipients based on certain accomplishments, characteristics, skills and/or abilities they possess. There are all types of educational scholarships available, including those set aside for disadvantaged students. ...
(Scholarships) are awards carrying financial advantage in undertaking a specified program or course of study. ...
(Scholarships) educational funds that do not require repayment from present or future earnings and are usually awarded on the basis of merit.
(Scholarships) expenditures to individuals for financing and supporting undergraduate education.
(Scholarships) gifts of money to students from state, federal, or private sources. While state and federal grants are based on financial need, scholarships may be based on a variety of factors, including need, academic excellence, leadership qualities, heritage, or extracurricular interests.