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In all, three Bangor University students received one of the 75 bursaries awarded to students and apprentices.
A spokesman for NHS Business Services, which administers the existing bursaries, said they will look into Zoe's case to determine whether lessons can be learned.
IET President Jeremy Watson CBE said: "I'd like to congratulate all the outstanding students and apprentices who are receiving scholarships and bursaries from the IET.
He said bursaries being replaced with loans was "not a sustainable plan" and had been "imposed with no evidence as to how or why it will improve recruitment in the NHS".
Taking away student bursaries will make it harder for a lot of people to take up nursing and understaffing could lead to the Government privatising everything.
The bursaries are open to tenors under the age of 30 who have student status.
Type A: a number of bursaries of up to 1500 euros each will be available for scholars in need of support to pursue a project or programme of research leading to the writing of their PhD dissertation.
Clive Mason, chairman of the Old Warwickian Trust, said: "The trustees are delighted to be providing this bursary and very much hope that they will be able to offer further bursaries in the future.
STUDENTS at five Rhondda schools have been awarded 12 bursaries by the Fairwood Trust.
After even greater difficulty for choice, the two VAO travel bursaries were offered to, and have been accepted by, Janaka Sasitharan and Ciara Hankins.
The school launched its campaign - called RGS Bursaries - in 2002 after the then Labour government scrapped the Assisted Places scheme, which paid private school fees for disadvantaged pupils.
The first round of bursaries had a two week deadline.
A variety of Awards, scholarships and bursaries are available to NAIT Aboriginal students.
ALMOST a third of bursaries to help those from poorer backgrounds study at Oxford University were awarded to young people from independent schools last year, it has emerged.
Summary: Generous bursaries, usually offered by the most selective universities, are failing to attract poorer students.