Dictionary source: Spanish English Learner's Dictionary
Spanish to English translation of beca (n.) = fellowship ; grant ; scholarship ; studentship ; bursary ; grant money. Ex: She has received the CLA's Ruby E. Wallace Traveling fellowship and the Canadian Council Grant, both for the study of nonbook materials. Ex: In its early years it benefited from a variety of grants to support activities and developments, but since 1971, OCLC has been supported by membership fees and grants for specific research and development projects. Ex: This article considers the following models of payment: tuition reimbursement by employer; tuition paid by the student; and tuition assisted by scholarship or grant. Ex: Its notability is seen to lie in the fact that it has significantly broken the stranglehold upon postgraduate studentships in the gift of the Science and Engineering Research Council. Ex: This article describes a 12 week study tour of the UK undertaken with the help of a bursary from the EU by a lecturer in library studies from Papua New Guinea. Ex: The article 'Who Says Money Doesn't Grow on Trees' provides information to teachers who need grant money to fund projects their schools cannot afford. ---- * beca de asistencia = attendance grant. * beca de asistencia a congreso = conference attendance grant. * beca de desplazamiento = travel grant. * beca de estudio(s) = study grant ; education grant. * beca de formación = in-service training. * beca de investigación = research grant. * beca de movilidad = travel grant ; mobility grant. * beca de prácticas = in-service training. * beca escolar = school grant. * conceder beca = grant + scholarship. * que concede becas = grant-making. * sistema de becas = grant scheme. (n.) = graduation sash ; sash. Ex: They are among the most famous manufacturers of embroidered stoles and graduation sashes. Ex: Just one other question: why are some of the sashes worn from left shoulder to right hip or right shoulder to left hip?. ---- * beca de graduación = graduation sash.