Summary

The Carlaw-Ogston Master of Music Scholarship is available for students undertaking a full-time 12 months Master of Music (MMus) postgraduate degree at the University of Aberdeen, beginning in the academic year 2020-21. PLEASE NOTE: The University of Aberdeen is currently operating remotely. All applications and supporting documents must be sent via scanned email only to escrabb@abdn.ac.uk

Description

Applications are welcome from graduates with a First or Upper Second Honours degree in Music, or an equivalent qualification, who plan to undertake MMus studies within the Department of Music at the University of Aberdeen in any area of music, beginning in the academic year 20-21. Preference will be given to students who have undertaken their undergraduate degree at the University of Aberdeen.

The scholarship is valued at £2,000 for the one year duration of the postgraduate degree. The scholarship will be dispersed in two equal parts, the first instalment of £1,000 at the start of the academic year and the second instalment of £1,000 at the start of the second half session. The award is received subject to satisfactory progress over the period and an annual review will take place.

Eligibility

Applicants of any fee status are eligible to apply for the scholarship.

Criteria

The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of merit and musical talent in any area of music (i.e. composition or musicology) to students with a conditional or unconditional offer.

Application Procedure

To apply, please submit a CV, at least one example of your recent work (i.e. composition or essay) and a covering letter with an outline of your intended postgraduate studies, to: Mr Euan Crabb, Music Administrator by email: escrabb@abdn.ac.uk

** PLEASE NOTE: The University of Aberdeen is currently operating remotely. All applications and supporting documents must be sent via scanned email only **

Deadline

31st of August 2020

Further Info

Informal enquiries should be directed to Mr Euan Crabb, Music by email: escrabb@abdn.ac.uk