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The students, who recently completed their A-levels at schools and colleges in Herefordshire, Birmingham, Bridgnorth, Coventry, Kidderminster and Porthill, were each presented with their bursary awards on Friday, 26th September by Liam Sammon, Director of Education and Commercial Services for OCR, at a ceremony at OCR's offices in Coventry.
NEW full-time students are being invited to write a 1,000-word essay on one of three topics involving their future career, farming interests or the barriers facing young people entering the industry for the Farmers'' Union of Wales annual pounds 1,000 bursary award launched today.
But listeners of a sensitive disposition ought to be warned that the drama, the script for which won Wilson last year's Alfred Bradley Bursary Award, is a distinctly post-watershed production.
Too many people, especially our politicians, do little more than talk about assisting sporting development but the Daily Record is actually committed to providing help through our Bursary Award Scheme which will support five of Scotland's best young hopes.
Following the success of the 2003 conference bursary award paper presentation, IPSERA will sponsor further master's and doctoral students to attend its annual conference in 2004.
Irish People reporter MIKE BROWNE picked up the Martin O'Hagan Bursary award for investigative journalist of the year.
Mr Waller is one of 38 priests who have been given an Ecclesiastical Insurance Bursary Award by the Ecclesiastical Insurance Group, Britain's leading insurer of Anglican church property.
Parents and guardians you are duly deserving of praise and we hope that this Bursary Award will help to make your load a little lighter and be as an incentive for other siblings to follow.
Ideas so far have included a blue plaque, a statue, a memorial event or concert or even a fund for a bursary award to enable a young person from the area to fulfil their potential.
During his first year at the RNCM, he won the Elsie Thurston Prize and represented the college at the Kathleen Ferrier Bursary Award in October 2009 and the Clonter Opera Prize in 2012.
Aiming nhigh - Giedre Reventaite (pictured right) receives congratulations for her student bursary award from Birmingham Met Director Sue Woodward
And now the 31-year-old has been announced as the winner of the 2013 Bursary award by Live Theatre in collaboration with The Empty Space which supports local theatre companies and artists.
In March this year, Tudor Rose won a Sir Doug Ellis Bursary Award for their work in offering both placements and Apprenticeships to young people, and their apprentice Jordan Powell was awarded a Sir Doug Ellis Endeavour Award.
Will Howard, who is studying the MA in Acting for Stage, Screen and Radio, won this year's Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award.
New Hull FC assistant Andy Hay and England Academy coach Dave Clark will benefit from Edwards' generosity and the RFL's own elite coaching bursary award.