The Ann and Peter Law Scholarship for Cello


The Ann and Peter Law Scholarship for Cello provides one or more scholarships to Bachelor of Music cello students who are in financial need and who have artistic and academic merit.

Value (Indicative)


Open and closing dates

Applications are now closed and will reopen during semester 1 O-week 2019Applicants can expect to receive an emailed outcome in April.

Criteria and eligibility

This scholarship is open to students who:

  • are in financial need; and
  • are enrolled or enrolling in a Bachelor of Music at the University of Melbourne; and
  • are specialising in Cello,

In addition, there is a further preference for artistic and academic merit.   

Selection process

Applications will be assessed by the selection committee on the basis of:

  • financial need (ascertained via the application, requesting income and expenditure information), and 
  • artistic merit, as demonstrated by entry requirements for the course (i.e. audition, folio presentation) and possibly class participation; 
  • academic merit, as demonstrated by previous academic achievement (VCE or equivalent; other tertiary results);  
  • career aspirations (addressed through questions in the application process);
  • likely success in completing the proposed course of study (addressed through questions in the application process). 

The Dean, on the recommendation of the relevant heads of schools, will approve the recipients.

 Additional requirements

To accept this scholarship, successful recipients are required to write a letter of thanks and provide an artistic biography for the donors or trustees. On occasion recipients may be contacted to provide a progress report.

How to apply

This application has 2 separate steps. To be considered both steps must be completed by the application closing date. Please allow enough time to complete both.

Step 1 Scholarship Application

Refer to the Open and Closing Dates section above for the application link.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 your CV and academic transcript.

Step 2 Student Financial Assistance Application

To assist with the assessment your application you are required to submit an online Student Financial Assistance Application by the application closing date. If you already have submitted a Student Financial Assistance Application in the last six months you do not need to apply again but you can update and re-submit your details before the closing date.