Undergraduate - CTW Dorothea Angus Memorial Scholarship

CTW Dorothea Angus Memorial Scholarship

About the scholarship


Application Status: Opening from 2nd June 2020
Applicable study:  To encourage and assist a meritorious female student from a disadvantaged background to continue their course with a major in Music Specialist Studies.
Closing date: 2 August 2020
Tenure:  Six semesters, which are normally consecutive, plus an additional two semesters for honours if applicable
For: Assistance with study
Number on offer: 1
Offer rate: per Annum
Value: $5,000
 
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This perpetual undergraduate scholarship is established, from funds donated by Mrs Karen Field and Mrs Bridget Faye AM, in support of the objectives of the UWA Centenary Trust for Women and in memory of the late Miss Dorothea Angus who was senior music teacher and organist at Perth College from 1938 to 1970. The Centenary Trust for Women Dorothea Angus Memorial Scholarship is provided to assist and encourage a meritorious female student from a disadvantaged background to continue their course with a major in Music Specialist Studies offered by the Conservatorium of Music at The University of Western Australia (‘the University’).

Conditions


Conditions for the Centenary Trust for Women Dorothea Angus Memorial Scholarship [F51227]


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Disclaimer


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