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Alexander Ivashkin Music Scholarships

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These scholarships for music performance honour Professor Ivashkin's outstanding contributions to music.

The Department of Music is excited to be able to offer some performance scholarships for students applying to begin study in 2017: 

  • £3000 a year for 3 years for some BMus Music students
  • 25% fee reduction for some MMus students.

"The Alexander Ivashkin Music Scholarships are a fitting tribute for an admired and esteemed colleague. What better way to honour his outstanding contribution to Goldsmiths and preserve his legacy as a world-leading performer than to help students realise their potential through these scholarships." – Liz Bromley (Registrar)

 


BMus Music Scholarships:

BMus Music students will be awarded £3000 a year for 3 years.

Eligibility criteria:

  • You must have applied to the BMus Music degree and be predicted to meet the academic entry requirements.
  • You should have met (or be predicted to meet) the required level of musical performance in an acoustic instrument (string, wind, brass, percussion, keyboard and voice).
  • Your instrument needs to be acoustic (string, wind, brass, percussion, keyboard and voice).

How do I apply?

  • All applicants to BMus Music who meet the criteria above and who are invited to interview are automatically considered for the scholarship (no additional application is required). 

How will successful candidates be selected?

  • Successful candidates will demonstrate excellence, or potential for excellence, in musical performance during their interview.
  • Awards will be made by the Department of Music Scholarships Awards panel and will be based primarily on the assessment of musical ability.

When does the scholarship begin?

  • Scholarships will be awarded following successful enrolment on the BMus Music.
  • Continued receipt of the award is based on successful progression into years two and three of the degree and continued musical progression on an acoustic instrument. 

If you have any queries about the terms and conditions of the scheme, please contact Danny Driver, Director of Performance. 

MMus Scholarships:

25% fee waivers available to MMus in Performance students

Eligibility criteria:

  • You must have applied to the MMus in Performance
  • You should demonstrate excellence, or potential for excellence, in music performance 
  • Your instrument needs to be acoustic (string, wind, brass, percussion, keyboard and voice)

How do I apply?

  • All applicants to MMus in Performance who meet the criteria above are automatically considered for these scholarships. 
  • The Department of Music will notify candidates and invite them to interview. You'll be assessed on your interview and a performance.

If you have any queries about the terms and conditions of the scheme, please contact Danny Driver, Director of Performance.