college (esp. AmE)
student (AmE)
academic (AmE), athletic (AmE), sports
basketball, football, golf, etc. (esp. AmE)
full (AmE)
travelling (BrE)
earn (AmE), gain (BrE), get, obtain (BrE), receive, win
award (sb), give (sb), offer

The Fund awards four scholarships every year.

programme/program, scheme (BrE)
exam, examination (both BrE)
on a scholarship

Two of the boys are on football scholarships.

scholarship to

She was awarded a scholarship to Columbia University.

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