noun Date: circa 1782 1. British a grant for university study 2. the state of being a student

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  • Studentship — Stu dent*ship, n. The state of being a student. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • studentship — [sto͞od′ ntship΄, styo͞od′ ntship΄] n. 1. the state of being a student 2. Brit. a grant for study; scholarship …   English World dictionary

  • Studentship — A studentship is similar to a scholarship but involves summer work on a research project. The financial amount paid to the recipient is normally tax free, but the recipient is required to fulfill work requirements. Types of studentships vary… …   Wikipedia

  • studentship — student ► NOUN 1) a person studying at a university or other place of higher education. 2) chiefly N. Amer. a school pupil. 3) (before another noun ) denoting someone who is studying to enter a particular profession: a student nurse. 4) a person… …   English terms dictionary

  • studentship — /stoohd nt ship , styoohd /, n. 1. the state or condition of being a student. 2. Chiefly Brit. a financial grant from a college or university for advanced academic study; scholarship or fellowship. [1775 85; STUDENT + SHIP] * * * …   Universalium

  • studentship — noun The position or role of a student …   Wiktionary

  • studentship — stu·dent·ship || stuːdntʃɪp / stjuːd n. state of being a student; scholarship, financial grant given to a student to subsidize the cost of education (British usage) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • studentship — stu·dent·ship …   English syllables

  • studentship — UK [ˈstjuːd(ə)ntʃɪp] / US [ˈstud(ə)ntʃɪp] noun [countable] British an amount of money that a student is given to work on a research project at a university …   English dictionary

  • studentship — stu•dent•ship [[t]ˈstud ntˌʃɪp, ˈstyud [/t]] n. cvb brit. Chiefly Brit. a financial grant for academic study; scholarship • Etymology: 1775–85 …   From formal English to slang

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