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the treasurer at a college or university

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In the present financial situation, bursars and business managers are going to be increasingly influential as school budgets come under pressure.
By the time of the start of the 1329-1330 account, arrears have built up to 1,309 [pounds sterling], and the reference is to "arreragiis contentis in cyrograffo" (arrears contained in the chirograph) which sounds as though a new record of debtors has been opened and that the bursars are once again being charged with the full amount of arrears contained therein.
The bursars have all been awarded either the Certificate of School Business Management or the Diploma of School Business Management by the National College for School Leadership.
Bursars prepare reports for agencies such as the local education authority and the Department for Education and Skills.
The scheme is organised by The National Bursars Association with support from Unison and GMB, and with guidance from the National Teaching Awards Trust.
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has launched an investigation following claims that seven bursars met regularly to set prices.
It followed the OFT's decision to investigate allegations of price-fixing after reports that bursars at top private schools, including Eton College and Winchester College, exchanged information on fees and salary costs.
American college Wake Forest's best four from five individual scores gave them a team total of two-under 286 to put them four in front of of R&A Bursars and seven ahead of Stirling University.
He thanked the Cathedral trust, its bursars, musicians, vergers, wardens and canons.
Grandmother Ruby, aged 69, who works at Worlds End Infant School, in Quinton, has won the Cleaner of the Year Award run by the National Bursars Association.
St Joseph's RC Primary School in Gilesgate was the only school in the country to achieve a double when two staff members reached the finals of the National Bursars Association National Awards for School Support Staff.
The National College of School Leadership, which runs the programme, has now reached the Government target to train 1,000 school bursars.
This year's group of individual bursars includes several students who have already achieved full international status and others who have shown the potential to reach this level.
ABERDEEN'S Ewan Forbes and Scott Godrey from Plymouth shot 67s on the Torrance course to give the R&A Bursars team a chance of preventing a US 1-2 today in the first International College tournament at St Andrews Bay.