assistantship

assistantship

[uh-sis-tuhnt-ship]
noun
a form of financial aid awarded to a student studying for a graduate degree at a college or university in which the student assists a professor, usually in academic or laboratory work.

Origin:
1690–1700; assistant + -ship

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