Translation of bursar in Spanish:


administrador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbərsər/ /ˈbəːsə/


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    administrador masculine
    administradora feminine
    • Conspiracy theories have been fuelled by evidence that the committee of college bursars has commissioned a report into rent levels but has refused to make its findings public.
    • Under this practice, the college bursar was compelled to hand out as much money as students might request at the beginning of the semester.
    • Earlier, colleagues at the university paid tribute to Mr Nicholson who worked as a bursar for three colleges over 24 years.
    • Such a failure suggests that being divided individual JCRs are unable to conquer the ever more united efforts by college bursars to mount a uniform offensive on subsidisation.
    • In support of this contention, he quoted a memorandum dated 10 November, from the then bursar of the college which specified that a 50% council tax discount might be granted on houses owned elsewhere by members of the staff.
    • The college bursar, Graham has a note on file on the day in question, based on information from Carol, gardener at the school.
    • Traditionally, student loan checks are mailed to the university, and the student goes to the financial aid or bursar's office to endorse the check.
    • Under such status, the school recruits its own staff, administers its own finances, employs its own bursar, and makes decisions through the governing body on many major matters.
    • This coincided with the dismissal of the Vice-Chancellor, his deputy, and the bursar, who had misappropriated University funds.
    • Over the years he had held several appointments in the College, bursar since 1986, registrar since 1989 and vice president since.
    • There will also be money for extra teaching assistants, administrative staff, bursars and training for teachers, heads and support staff.
    • The Government wants to train more bursars so that head teachers are free to concentrate on classroom matters.
    • Every person working in a school has their part to play in raising standards, whether they are a classroom assistant or a teacher, a bursar or a dinner lady.
    • Most have their own board of governors and a bursar who is responsible for the school's finances.
    • Having determined future company labour needs, the bursars are selected to satisfy the predicted manpower requirements of the company.
    • Soon she has landed a job as assistant bursar, displaying a winning way with investments, and manages to get Jake enrolled in the college by exaggerating his rowing prowess.
    • Oxford dons such as David Palfreyman, bursar of New College, see it as the best solution to the funding crisis afflicting Britain's universities.
    • Classroom assistants, bursars and caretakers are being joined by cover supervisors, to be followed soon by higher-level teaching assistants.
    • The deputy bursar pointed out that the service was not just for women, as attacks on men were more frequent than most people thought, although attacks in general were not a regular occurrence.
    • He went to the school on a scholarship in 1902 and when he left in 1905 his first job was as an assistant to the bursar.