QMUL Music Scholarships were a strand of scholarships established in 2014. The scholarship will contribute to the cost of instrumental or vocal tuition for successful scholars, for up to a maximum of three years, dependent on satisfactory progress.
Am I eligible?
Applications are open to all undergraduate, postgraduate and research students who have firmly accepted an unconditional offer or are currently enrolled on a programme at Queen Mary.
What is being offered?
Awards of £350 are being made to help meet the cost of instrumental or vocal tuition during the academic year. Successful candidates will either be assigned tutors by the Director of Music or can choose tutors in consultation with the Director of Music. Music Scholars will have free access to the Music Rooms at all available times and have priority booking. Music Scholars will be listed as such in all relevant printed programmes.
What conditions are attached to the Music Scholarship?
Whilst receiving this scholarship, recipients are expected to make a major contribution to the musical life of Queen Mary. Scholarships will generally be awarded to students whose musical interests and talents can support Queen Mary’s commitment to music making within public engagement.
At the end of the academic year, each Music Scholars’ instrumental or vocal tutor will be asked to provide a short report demonstrating the scholar’s commitment and progress. Upon satisfactory receipt of the report, and subject to academic progression, scholarships will be extended for another year.
Music Scholars must successfully progress to the next academic year of their course, repeat years cannot be included in Music Scholarship provision. Should a Music Scholar withdraw from their course; no further payments will be made.
In accepting a Music Scholarship, you agree to make available to Queen Mary a short profile of yourself and allow this to be used (with permission) in marketing and publicity by Queen Mary. You will be encouraged to be in promotional photographs for marketing use, if appropriate, though this will be optional.
The annual Music scholarship of £350 will be paid directly to the instrumental or vocal tutor at the start of each academic year.
If you meet the eligibility criteria and would like to be considered; please complete the Music Scholarship application form or contact us for further guidance:
Tel: 020 7882 5079
Please ensure that your application form is returned by the closing date of 17 October 2016 with the documents requested.
If you require more information regarding Queen Mary University of London's music provisions then please contact the Director of Music, Paul Edlin on firstname.lastname@example.org