Definition of donship in English:



See don

  • ‘Victoria College has recently changed its policy regarding donships, now allowing third-years to apply.’
  • ‘It was my intention from an early age to aspire to a quiet life of letters, an Oxford donship, if possible, with the occasional slim volume privately printed every couple of years.’
  • ‘To do this, a position was designed that combines the attractive features of the donship without the features of the floor senior position.’
  • ‘Over 20,000 prizes are available, ranging from $100 tuition discounts to full access to several academic chairs, grants and donships.’