The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Grants for Young, highly-gifted Spanish Musicians and Musicologists, Germany
Course Level:Training or Advanced Studies
Scholarship Provider: Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Scholarship can be taken at: Germany
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-The fellowship addresses students of music and musicology from Spain making the transition to their professional careers.
-Applications may be submitted up to three years after completing musical or musicological training at the latest.
-The Humboldt Foundation expects candidates to contact a recognised music teacher or specialist in Germany before submitting an application and to obtain a binding agreement that they can be admitted as students and will receive academic mentoring.
– Applicants should have a good knowledge of German.
-Preference will be given to candidates who have not yet had an opportunity to study in Germany.
-Candidates who have been in Germany for more than twelve months at the time of application are not eligible to apply for a Wardwell Fellowship.
Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes (Spain)
Scholarship Description: The grant is EUR 800 per month. In addition, the Humboldt Foundation pays a single lump-sum of EUR 250 on arrival as well as a single lump-sum for travel expenses to fellows travel-ling directly from Spain. Initially, application can be made for a fellowship lasting 2 academic semesters (10 months). Applications can be filed for a single extension of one or two further academic semesters. Generally, fellowship extensions will be granted only if an academic degree is completed during the period of extension applied for. If a Wardwell Fellowship has been granted for 10 months, fellows may spend periods up to 5 months during the sponsor-ship to carry out advanced studies in another European country (except for Spain), if this is essential for carrying out their studies.
How to Apply: Post
Scholarship Application Deadline: 10 January each year