Meaning of SCHOLARSHIP in English

SCHOLARSHIP

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

athletic

Ian Taylor, right, and Matthew Mulroy have won athletic scholarships to study for degrees and play soccer in Pennsylvania.

Female athletes, the survey found, received a little more than a third of the money spent on all athletic scholarships .

Then they went off to college, many on athletic scholarships .

biblical

The Biblical Commission, originally established to foster biblical scholarship , had been used by Pius X to repress it.

Despite these difficulties, Catholic biblical scholarship had advanced, albeit cautiously, particularly as far as the Old Testament was concerned.

On the other hand, there is the lay congregation, to whom biblical scholarship is totally unknown territory.

We can not deny the reality of biblical scholarship and this has to be expressed clearly.

Why should biblical scholarship , which is pertinent to so many lives, be thus immune to evolution and development?

Indeed their respective influences upon the world of Biblical scholarship have been minimal.

Most biblical scholarship involves some degree of speculation.

These examples illustrate the extent to which biblical scholarship opened up new territory for the arts.

classical

Nevertheless, the world of classical scholarship was left in no doubt about one thing.

Secular affairs and classical scholarship would no longer constitute the primary considerations underlying human existence.

In December 1922 Ramsey took the scholarship examination of a group of colleges containing Magdalene and was given the top classical scholarship.

Eliot is here making use of the most modern anthropologically based classical scholarship in order to construct his own primitive play.

legal

The Faculty offers opportunities to study and conduct research in most branches of law and legal scholarship .

The study uses a methodology which combines elements of traditional legal scholarship with a tentative import of economic analysis.

literary

I would often rather read it than more conventional forms of literary scholarship .

The work of Johnson was central to the establishment of Shakespeare's reputation in eighteenth-century literary scholarship .

modern

The history of the study of Ancient Philosophy is itself interesting, and enables us to put modern scholarship in its context.

This is, however, a deficiency in modern academic scholarship rather than in the paper-based systems themselves.

recent

But it was thirty-one years later and recent scholarship has questioned whether the anecdote might not have been a retrospective invention.

Additions to take note of some recent scholarship have been introduced, though these are few.

■ NOUN

college

This program is totally free to the kids who participate, and the eventual national champions win college scholarships .

fund

For information about the scholarship fund , call 850-644-3484.

Seek private sector and alumni support in increasing scholarship funds .

■ VERB

award

He was awarded a scholarship to Harvard in our senior year, the only one in the history of Hollybush High.

At ten she was awarded a choral scholarship to a private school in London.

The school is the only institution ever to be awarded the scholarship two years in a row.

gain

At sixteen, Edgar gained a scholarship to the Royal College of Music in 1941.

He gained a £120 scholarship to Sidney Sussex College in Cambridge in 1943, but had no other financial help.

If you came from a poor family the only way you could get secondary education was by gaining a scholarship .

give

She had given up her hard-earned scholarship to make a home for them - she couldn't do both!

Later, after winning approval for a second year, he became the first employee to be given a two-year scholarship .

In December 1922 Ramsey took the scholarship examination of a group of colleges containing Magdalene and was given the top classical scholarship.

If educated people without conquistador bloodlines can never rise far, it is no use giving scholarships .

offer

But Shook offered scholarships to all who needed them.

Then Jody offered her a full-ride scholarship .

provide

His family and the Rebel Trust have launched a memorial fund intended to provide scholarships .

AID-funded program that provides scholarships to girls in the Sharasti Upazila area has demonstrated the same point on a vastly larger scale.

The income provides for a travelling scholarship in archaeology or otherwise for the promotion of antiquarian studies.

If students entoil in college, many employers provide scholarships .

At least two of the centres are registered as charities, and can provide limited scholarships to offset the cost of tuition.

The residency provides scholarship money to send five Arizona high-school musicians to Washington for summer study at the Kennedy Center.

receive

Last month he received a one-week scholarship to the internationally prestigious Bollettieri Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

Ernest received a scholarship from Lewis College, where he planned to major in chemistry.

The students received financial scholarships of as much as $ 10, 000 a year.

study

When the war was over, she won a scholarship to study ballet in London.

Ian Taylor, right, and Matthew Mulroy have won athletic scholarships to study for degrees and play soccer in Pennsylvania.

win

He won a scholarship to Halifax Secondary School, sang in the church choir, and became a Scout.

Karen won a scholarship and, like all of her siblings, got a college education.

In 1862 he won a minor scholarship to Trinity College, Cambridge, and graduated third wrangler in 1866.

He won a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford.

Why do you not go to a provincial university meantime, and perhaps win a scholarship to Oxford from there?

When the war was over, she won a scholarship to study ballet in London.

This program is totally free to the kids who participate, and the eventual national champions win college scholarships .

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Admitted to Mills College on a full scholarship , she graduated Phi Beta Kappa without a penny of help from her parents.

At 9, he became a boy soprano, beginning a six-year music scholarship in a cathedral choir.

Burns's book is a work of great scholarship .

I attended the University of Houston on an athletic scholarship .

The company has a small number of college scholarships to offer to employees' children.

The Foundation's goals include providing scholarships for gifted young students.

We're very proud of the five students from this school who were awarded scholarships.

When she was 18, she won a scholarship to study at the Conservatoire in Paris.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Contacted Saturday, he said he wanted to set up a multipurpose account to sponsor the King scholarships and office functions.

Depending upon the size of these scholarships, some parents pay no school fees at all.

Despite these difficulties, Catholic biblical scholarship had advanced, albeit cautiously, particularly as far as the Old Testament was concerned.

He did not delay boringly on points of scholarship .

However popular the school might be at any moment, many of the students were needy and on scholarship .

Kent was a scholarship student at the Pillow and was working backstage when she first saw the company.

This list of three types of scholarship certainly must ignore the preferred styles of many people, perhaps myself too.

Travel news comes in the shape of a report from one of the winners of the Hugh Stewart travel scholarship .

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