EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BURSARY
A bursary is what an English undergraduate would call a "Schol."
For such heresy he ought to be sent with a bursary to a seminary for priests—but enough of that.
He lost his bursary on the way home with it, and still he strutted.
I competed for a bursary, and was fortunate enough to secure one.
My present impression is that Spalding took the first bursary.
He was also fortunate enough to hold a bursary in St. Leonard's College, which, however, is a blunder.
His father died while he was still at college; but a bursary enabled him to complete his four years of study.
During the first session of attendance at the University, he gained two prizes and a bursary on Archbishop Leighton's foundation.
With some financial scheming, and the presentation of a bursary, Camille was entered a student at the college of Louis-le-Grand.
But I found a very necessary stimulus in the details of the examination for the bursary.