SAF Music Provident Fund
SAF Music Provident funds can be accessed by BMus Jazz and Improvisation and Interactive Composition students to provide for purposes incidental to their study, up to the value of $250.
Suitable purposes include:
- instrument purchase or repairs
- scores, text books
- musician earplugs
- recording devices
- conference or festival registration.
These funds cannot be used for the hire of people, for example:
- associate artists or crews
The Dean will approve the recipients.
Students may apply for up to $250.
Open and closing dates
Applications are now closed for 2017 and will next open in the third week of February 2018. Applicants can expect to receive an emailed outcome in April.
Criteria and eligibility
The SAF is awarded annually to students of music (Jazz and Improvisation and Interactive Composition students only).
All applications will be presented to the selection panel. Please note, due to the number of applications, not all will be automatically approved.
On receipt of this grant, receipts must be presented to the Scholarships Officer for reimbursement. Payments will not be made in advance, and must be for purchases made between January 1 and June 30 2017. Please note, the cut off day for submission of receipts for this round of grants is July 31 - if you receive a grant in semester 1, you will not be eligible to claim it after July 31.
How to apply
The online application link will appear here when the scholarships is next open for applications.The link will only be visible during the application period.
The application will require personal information, including course and year level, and some questions addressing the selection criteria listed above. You will be required to attach some documents, such as CV and academic transcript and, where relevant, there will be the option to include any support material that gives weight to your application. Where financial need is a consideration, you'll also be asked to provide an estimate of your budget for the year ahead.