If a student offers remarkable academic potential then a scholarship may be offered. These scholarships can range for covering your first year’s tuition fees, to covering your entire time at university, however, they are likely to have conditions that you will have to stick with; whether that be staying between a certain grade percentage or achieving a certain grade at the end of your first year or at the end of the overall university degree.
A Bursary will allow students that come from a lower-income household, the opportunity to go to university. The requirements for a bursary can be different, depending on your household income, your living situation for the following year, the university that you’ll be studying at and the bursary requirements themselves.
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