Beatrice Ratcliffe Entry-Level Scholarship in Music

A Scholarship of up to $5,000 for international and domestic students commencing full-time undergraduate study in the School of Music.

About the scholarship

Application status: Not currently open for applications
Applicable study: First year of a BMus or BMus conjoint degree
Opening date: 22 August 2024
Closing date: 10 October 2024
Tenure: One Year
For: Assistance with study
Number on offer: One
Offer rate: Annually
Value: Up to $5,000

The Scholarship was established in 2016. Richard Guy Ratcliffe bequeathed funds to the School of Music at the University of Auckland from the Beatrice Ratcliffe Charitable Trust for scholarships.

The main purpose of the Scholarship is to encourage and support students commencing undergraduate study in the School of Music.


How to apply

Scholarship applications will usually open around six weeks before the closing date. Please read the regulations carefully to be sure you are eligible before you apply.

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