The scholarship is being awarded in memory of Anna Chmiel, who died tragically, aged 19, in 2012. Anna played clarinet with the Melbourne Youth Music programs and subsequently studied for her Bachelor of Music at Monash University. Anna was a gifted musician who also developed a particular love and talent for art, creative writing and ballet. Anna's family and friends have established the Anna Chmiel Memorial Fund and this scholarship as a lasting tribute in recognition of the significant contribution which music plays in the lives of young people.
Applicants must: be commencing or continuing music performance students in an undergraduate degree in the School of Music at a Monash campus in Australia. The scholarship is open to both domestic and international students. Selection is based on academic achievement and performance at an interview/audition.
The scholarship provides $6,000 and is paid for a full-time study load (48 credit points), for a maximum of 1 year only.
|Closing date||No application required|
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|For international students|
|Level of study||
Undergraduate / VET
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