Here is a great opportunity to bring your music career to limelight. The Swansea University’s choral and organ scholarship scheme has in partnership with St Mary’s Church, Swansea, made available the Music Career Scholarships which is designed to support the scholar’s development as a musician. The scholarships are funded jointly between the University, St Mary’s Church, and the Swansea St Mary’s Choral Trust (SSMCT).
Swansea University, Wales, United Kingdom.
All non-research undergraduate programmes offered at Swansea University.
Eligible instruments for Music Career Scholarships at Swansea University
Students are allowed to come with the following music instruments: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone (all types), French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone (Tenor or Bass), Euphonium, Tuba, Orchestral Percussion, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Guitar, Drum Kit, and Piano.
Selected candidates will receive:
- A bursary, intended to support their musical activities
- Fifteen hours of individual tuition per year in their instrument or voice
- St Mary’s Choral and Organ Scholars: £650 annually (£150 from the University; £500 from SMC)
- University Instrumental and Choral Scholars: £300 annually.
- be full-time students at Swansea University enrolled on taught degree programmes
- not be students enrolled on courses lasting less than one academic year
- not be students enrolled on research degrees
- be aware that the demands of some courses of study may not be easy to combine with the obligations attached to the music scholarships
- if instrumental scholars, have all the eligible instruments
- if instrumental scholars, be able to supply their own instrument(s), unless agreed with the University at the time the scholarship is offered.
For your application, kindly read the Scholarship Regulations and fill the Application Form. Two Referees are need and each must fill the Referee Form and send it to the University via email@example.com
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