Sydney Conservatorium of Music Scholarships
Through the generosity of our donors and benefactors, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music is able to award more than 150 scholarships and prizes each year worth in excess of $500,000. Both domestic and international applicants are automatically considered for scholarships assessed on audition results and academic achievement.
In addition the Conservatorium offers grants for supplementary study overseas, student-touring opportunities, and postgraduate research support. Certain eligibility criteria may apply to these grants, and they are typically awarded following an application process. These grants are usually only available to students in second year or higher.
Important – International Students
To be considered for a Conservatorium scholarship students must submit a complete application (which includes application form, audition/portfolio material, English test results and academic transcripts) by the application closing dates. Closing date for Semester 1 (February) is 31 October; Semester 2 (July) is 30 May. Applications received after these deadlines will not considered.
University of Sydney Scholarships
If you want to be considered for other scholarships offered by the University of Sydney, you will need to apply separately. The University of Sydney offers over 800 different scholarship schemes. These schemes range from offering a single student a scholarship for one year only to the University of Sydney Access Scholarship, which has hundreds of recipients receiving the scholarship for the length of their degree.
The University of Sydney offers the Sydney Achievers International Scholarships for new international students. These prestigious scholarships aim to help high achieving, academically meritorious international students enjoy the ‘Sydney experience’ at one of the finest institutions of higher education in the world. There are thirty undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships available, valued at $10,000 per year for up to three years and a one-off payment of $10,000 respectively.
To find out more about the range of scholarship schemes offered by the University of Sydney, please contact the Scholarships Office:
P +61 2 8627 8450
Important Information for Part-Time Students
If you study part time, please bear in mind that your scholarship may be subjected to income tax. The University of Sydney does not withhold any tax from your scholarship payment, so there may be tax implications when preparing your tax return. For more information, please refer to the Australian Taxation Office Web site.