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Music students take note

The South African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) is still open for bursary applications.

This year there are a number of bursaries at R10 000 available to undergraduates (that means first year students) and postgraduates in various fields of music study.

SAMRO have also decided to provide funding to third and fourth year students majoring in studies relating to community music, music technology and the business of music.

SAMRO are offering the following bursaries in 2013:

  • General Music Study: Western Art Music, Jazz/Popular Music or African Indigenous Music genres (R10 000 each), available to students in their 1st and 2nd years;
  • Music Education OR Community Music Study (R10 000 each), available to students majoring in one of these specialised courses in their 3rd and 4th years;
  • Music Technology OR Music Business (R10 000 each), available to students majoring in one of these specialised courses in their 3rd and 4th years;
  • Performance Study: Western Art Music, Jazz/Popular Music or African Indigenous Music genres (R10 000 each), available to students majoring in performance study in their 3rd and 4th years;
  • Composition Study (R10 000 each), available to students majoring in music composition in their 3rd, 4th and postgraduate years; and
  • Indigenous African Music Research (R10 000 each) for postgraduate research students at Honours, Masters or Doctoral level.

Before you apply make sure you are registered for a music degree or diploma at a South African university in 2013.

Bursary applications may be downloaded from www.samrofoundation.org.za or call 011 712 8417.

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