The Full Sail University Sound Foundations Scholarship is designed to encourage and develop future music and recording professionals. Through the Sound Foundations Scholarship program, eligible participants may receive up to $19,000 towards the tuition of select Full Sail University campus music and recording associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs, including: Event Production Associate of Science, Recording Arts Associate of Science, Music Production Bachelor of Science, Recording Arts Bachelor of Science & Show Production Bachelor of Science.
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Located in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, one of the United States’ most livable and film production vibrant cities, Point Park University and the Department of Cinema and Digital Arts offers an immersive, hands-on education in professional film and media production, animation & visual effects and screenwriting. They equip students with the technical and aesthetic skills necessary to compete in today’s global media industries. Students have the opportunity to produce films, develop digital production projects and write scripts and teleplays starting year one through year four in a real-world production environment. When students leave their programs, they have all the tools and know-how needed to survive and thrive in their chosen field.
Full-time, traditional undergraduate FRESHMEN or TRANSFER students are eligible for scholarships. Candidates will have demonstrated high caliber of artistic ability through the artistic audition process and/or a personal interview. Candidates’ intended major must be dance, theatre arts, cinema production, digital arts or screenwriting. No separate application required.
Candidates are notified of award in the artistic decision letter
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Founded in 1978, Savannah College of Art and Design exists to prepare talented students for professional careers. The goal of the university is to nurture and cultivate the unique qualities of each student through an interesting curriculum, in an inspiring environment, under the leadership of involved professors. Faculty members have distinguished backgrounds in their fields. The international faculty and student body come from all 50 states and 100 countries. An English as a Second Language program and dedicated international student services staff are available to assist international students with the adjustment to university life in the United States.
A limited number of scholarships is awarded each year to degree-seeking international students who apply and are accepted to SCAD. To be considered for an international student scholarship, applicants should meet or exceed normal admission standards and must request scholarship consideration by submitting a 500-word essay explaining how an international education would influence their artwork, goals and experiences.
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The Music Area of the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts at Indiana University South Bend offers Bachelor, Graduate, and Diploma programs, as well as a minor. Students begin with a core curriculum of music theory and history, applied music, piano and general education requirements in the humanities, life sciences, mathematics, and social sciences. All students continue to study their principal instrument or voice each semester, as well as participate in university ensembles.
Indiana University South Bend will award its first round of music scholarships for undergraduate and graduate candidates who complete their live audition or send a performance CD or DVD by March 8, 2013. Later submissions will be considered if funds remain.
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