Scholarships at Canterbury Christ Church University
|Music And Performing Arts Scholarships|
|Scholarship Name||Music And Performing Arts Scholarships|
|Scholarship amount||Up to £300|
Awarded to students in the Department of Music and Performing Arts.
Up to £300 are available to students on any of the School’s courses, and are designed to help you develop your professional practice. This may include support for travel, masterclass fees, or workshop fees for specialist sessions and lessons outside the University.
How to apply
Scholarships are awarded on a case-by-case basis throughout the academic year.
Worth £250 and a number are awarded each year to students entering the University. They are designed to encourage you to seek professional experience in support of your University learning from the very start. In particular, they support keen ensemble performers (in any of the music and performing arts disciplines), and are there to kick-start your ability to seek performing and creative platforms in and around Canterbury and Kent.
Second instrument scholarships
Awarded to a number of Music students in their first year of study. These awards are worth £300, which pays for 10 hours of teaching with one of our specialist instrumental teachers on a second instrument.
How to apply
Students are encouraged to apply for second instrument scholarships through audition in their first week on the BMus or BA Music courses.
For more information, email the Department of Music and Performing Arts.
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