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Marion Rayward Memorial award in Music in New Zealand, 2014-15

Victoria University of Wellington is offering Marion Rayward Memorial award in New Zealand. One principal scholarship is available annually and has a approximate value of $10,000. this application is available to those students intending to do research leading to a Master’s degree or a PhD. The award is available for research in a field of music education supervised at any New Zealand University. Application deadline is 1st October 2014.

Study Subject(s): These opportunities are offered in the field of Music.
Course Level: These opportunities are open to any level of undergraduate or graduate study for music teachers or music teachers in training. Principal support will be offered for research leading to a Master’s degree or a PhD.
Scholarship Provider: Victoria University of Wellington
Award can be taken at: Study may occur at the New Zealand School of Music, Victoria University of Wellington or at other institutions nationally.

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Eligibility: –Grants have been awarded to individuals proposing personal study which may lead to qualification or enhanced professional practice.
-Grants have also been awarded to organizations for the provision of musical opportunities which will develop music in the community and for assistance with publications or music events.
-These opportunities are open to any level of undergraduate or graduate study for music teachers or music teachers in training.

Open for International Students: The students of the New Zealand can apply for this application .

Description: Scholarship arises from a fund established to commemorate the lively interest and contribution to music of Marion Rayward; teacher, student, music adviser, teachers’ college lecturer.Number of award (s): Up to one principal scholarship is available annually. To provide opportunity and encouragement for music teachers or music teachers in training to engage in study, research or practical work in music or other related spheres including music therapy, dance and movement.

Duration of award (s): The grant is tenable for a period of one year in the New Zealand School of Music or in such other situations as the advisory committee may approve.

What does it cover? One principal scholarship is available annually and has a approximate value of $10,000. The value of the grants shall be determined by the advisory committee after consideration of the income of the fund. If in any year 80 percent of the income from the fund is not expended the balance may be used in a subsequent year or if the Professional Board so decides may be added to the capital fund.

Selection criteria: Grants have been awarded to individuals proposing personal study which may lead to qualification or enhanced professional practise. Grants have also been awarded to organizations for the provision of musical opportunities which will develop music in the community and for assistance with publications or music events. These opportunities are open to any level of undergraduate or graduate study for music teachers or music teachers in training. Study may occur at the New Zealand School of Music, Victoria University of Wellington or at other institutions nationally. In individual circumstances, applications from self employed music teachers may be considered.

Notification: Not Known. 

How to Apply: Send the application form via post or e-mail.

Application Deadline: The application deadline is October 1, 2014.

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