The AIR Diversity Scholarship for Tonmeisters 2021 entry
AIR, the globally renowned recording studio, is to fund a new diversity scholarship to one of the most prestigious degree courses in sound recording, here at the University of Surrey.
About the The AIR Diversity Scholarship for Tonmeisters 2021 entry
The AIR Diversity Scholarship for Tonmeisters will be worth £30,000 to each student over the course of their degree and is open to those UK students from underrepresented ethnic groups, who may otherwise not have been able to take up a place to study at Surrey. Applicants from a household income of £35k or less will be prioritised for the scholarship.
Payment of the scholarship will be made in two equal amounts of £5,000, to be paid on 01 Dec 2021 and 01 March 2022.
Eligibility criteria for the The AIR Diversity Scholarship for Tonmeisters 2021 entry
Open to students from the UK who are studying one of the following courses :
- Music and Sound Recording (Tonmeister) BMus (J931)
- Music and Sound Recording (Tonmeister) BSc (J931)
Applicants must be from one of the below ethnic groups:
Asian or Asian British
- Any other Asian background
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
- Any other Black, African or Caribbean background
Mixed or Multiple ethnic groups
- White and Black Caribbean
- White and Black African
- White and Asian
- Any other Mixed or Multiple ethnic background
Other ethnic group
- Any other ethnic group
- Roma, Gypsy or Irish Traveller
Students who can demonstrate a household income of less than £35K will be prioritised.
How to apply for the The AIR Diversity Scholarship for Tonmeisters 2021 entry
To apply for this scholarship, students with offers from the University of Surrey should complete all sections of the application form. If you are the holder of an In2Surrey Scholarship offer you are eligible to apply if you meet the stated key criteria.
The deadline for applications for this award is 31 July 2021. The successful applicant will be notified of their entitlement by 04 October 2021.