Exhibition (scholarship)

Exhibition (scholarship)

At the universities of Dublin, Oxford and Cambridge and at Westminster School and Winchester College, an exhibition is a financial award or grant to an individual student, normally on grounds of merit. The amount is less than a scholarship. An exhibitioner (cf. scholar) is a student who has been awarded an exhibition.

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