University of Auckland in New Zealand is offering Beatrice Ratcliffe Entry-Level Scholarship opportunity of up to $5,000 for international students seeking to pursue a degree program at the Institution. The primary aim of the Scholarship award is to inspire and support candidates starting undergraduate study in the School of Music.
The Scholarship was established in 2016. Richard Guy Ratcliffe bestowed funds to the University of Auckland’s School of Music from the Beatrice Ratcliffe Charitable Trust for scholarship awards.
Application Deadline: November 1, 2020
Eligible Countries: Bachelor or conjoint degree
Value of Award: Up to $5,000
Number of Awards: 1
Eligible Area of Studies: Bachelor of Music or joint degree in the School of Music.
Eligibility for Beatrice Ratcliffe Entry-Level Scholarship at University of Auckland
- Candidates are required to be currently enrolled in Year 13 at a New Zealand Secondary School and planning to enrol full-time in a Bachelor of Music or conjoint degree at the University of Auckland’s School of Music in the next year
- Candidates are required to demonstrate proof of an adequate level of English adeptness.
How to Apply for Beatrice Ratcliffe Entry-Level Scholarship at University of Auckland
Applicants must either be a current student of the University of Auckland or have recently applied for admission to the University of Auckland. After securing admission and getting enrolled, you are required to submit an online application.
You are advised to read the regulations with care to be sure you are qualified to apply. Then select the “Apply now” button and fill out the online application form. It is recommended that you check the form early in the event a reference or endorsement is needed to support your application, and to acquaint yourself with the form. All segments (including request segments) have to be completed by the deadline, which is midnight on the specified date (unless stated otherwise).
Visit The Scholarship Webpage For More Information
- November 1, 2020
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