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Synonyms for tutorship

teaching pupils individually (usually by a tutor hired privately)

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The presence of the curricula on the Web -- for free -- removes a large financial burden from families in Egypt on account of hefty private tutorship fees.
Apart from this, it also a potential substitute for private tutors, who come at a high price, and often destabilise household budgets, not to speak of the differing quality of tutorship they offer.
As a consequence, he was faired from the academic job, and survived during two years from private tutorship.
He then achieved his MBA in International Hospitality Management with Cornell and began a magical journey with Walt Disney Studios, under the tutorship of industry veteran Yann Caillere, who just recently left his role as CEO of Accor.
I have a great undertaking before me in the Tutorship here," he wrote to his sister and confidante.
On the other hand, there had been periods of exaltation-frequent episodes during his last years at Rugby and as an undergraduate at Oxford, and above all during his Highland visit in the summer of 1847 and in the months following his resignation of his tutorship in March 1848.
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Lastly, with the support of Harry Winston, START will again be financially supporting Noamann Ahmad, winner of 2012's 'Dubai Autism Scholarship' award, by giving him access to full-time education at the Dubai Autism Centre, a move that has been gratefully received by Noamann's mother Benazeer for lending the helping hand that will give Noamann the special level of care and tutorship he needs.
If this is "Catholic engagement," then my vaplus years under Jesuit tutorship is for naught.
Oxlade-Chamberlain made his name under the tutorship of Adkins, helping Saints secure automatic promotion from npower League One in 2011.
However, trainer David Thompson, who is a dab hand with cheaply bought animals, had no reason to regret paying a mere PS1,600 for Everdon Brook at Ascot in October, for the progressive seven-year-old made it two wins from four starts under his tutorship when staying on strongly to deny the well-supported Uncut Stone in the 3m handicap hurdle.
For these assumptions to be valid, the bill should have amended the principle of administrative tutorship of the governor and decentralized the finances of metropolitan municipalities.
While giving the tutorship, the AIOU will ensure that the tutor must be abreast with the basic knowledge of computer.
IF you're in higher education or training for a new job, you can't get enough of a certain subject, thanks to the tutorship of a great teacher.
Despite the Fratton Park club's relegation - as a result of a 10-point deduction after they entered administration - Allan enjoyed his football under the tutorship of former Baggies midfielder and assistant boss Michael Appleton.