The American Conservatory of Music (ACM) is looking for a full-time mobile music scholarship recipient in the Austin, Texas area.
The scholarship is designed for a student to complete their major and pursue a Masters or Ph.
D. degree, with an emphasis on the music-based arts.
Students who are considering a career in the music industry should consider the following:1.
The Conservatory is a nonprofit organization and is not affiliated with any university.2.
The fellowship requires a minimum two-year commitment.
The requirements for admission to the fellowship are:1) the recipient must complete their degree within the next two years;2) they must be attending or have attended a full year of music education at an accredited institution;3) they have completed the Conservatory’s online Music School and Music School Certificate Program, which is offered in conjunction with the Conservatorium’s online Master’s Program.4.
The student must be enrolled in at least one full-year of accredited undergraduate and graduate music education.5.
The recipient will be expected to continue in the Conservatoire and the Conservatories online Master and Ph.
D. programs through the 2019-20 academic year.6.
The application is limited to a maximum of 50 students, and the number of applicants is determined by the number that apply for the fellowship.7.
Applicants will be assessed a minimum score of 60 points in the online Music College Exam and a maximum score of 150 points in a physical college entrance exam.
The Conservatory has a rigorous application process and is open to applicants with no previous music or teaching experience.
Applicees must complete a two-page online application and submit a cover letter, résumé, and an essay that includes a description of their goals and experiences.
The full-fee scholarships start at $1,000 and include tuition, fees, books and supplies.
The $1.5 million fellowship is available to applicants who meet the requirements above.
To apply, you must send an email with the following information to the Conservatorship, Conservatory, and Makers Club:1.)
Your name, address, and email address;2.)
A statement that you are interested in a Conservatory or Conservatories Music School;3.)
A cover letter;4.)
A list of relevant and relevant recent or current Conservatory events, such as performances, concerts, or workshops;5.)
A brief description of your educational goals;6.)
A resume that includes your educational accomplishments and accomplishments in the field;7.)
An official transcript that includes grades and honors, along with a list of all the course credits you have completed.8.
The final submission must be received by the Conservaturon on or before November 17, 2019.
Applicants are required to upload a cover photo and a completed application and an official transcript to the website Conservatoiresmusic.com.
The scholarship is available through the Conservations online Master of Music program, which was launched in May 2018.
This program has since become available at over 1,200 colleges and universities.