Swedlund Music Bursary

A Bursary for a first year BMus student enrolled full-time studying the violoncello.

About the scholarship

Application status: No application required
Applicable study: First year of Performance in violoncello
Opening date: By nomination
Closing date: No application required
Tenure: One Year
For: Tuition fees
Number on offer: One
Offer rate: Annually
Value: Up to $7,000

The Bursary was established in 1999 by the late Bernie Swedlund in memory of his wife, the late Anne Swedlund. It commemorates their long-standing interest in the work of the School of Music at the University of Auckland, and the intention of the Bursary is to assist cello students to further their performance studies.


How to apply

You do not need to apply for this scholarship, award or prize or complete an online application form. It is awarded on the recommendation of the relevant faculty or University of Auckland committee.

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