Dr M G Prichard and Ms B E Panizza
Dr M. G. Prichard and Ms B. E. Panizza donate $10,000 annually to provide the Prichard-Panizza Music Travel Scholarship to encourage and assist students and recent graduates who are majoring in performance (voice) at the School of Music to undertake vocal performance studies overseas.
It is important that you read both the specific conditions and general conditions governing this scholarship before you submit an application.
EligibilityTo be eligible to apply for a scholarship an applicant must:
- be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia;
- have graduated with a bachelor's degree majoring in Music Performance (voice) within the three years preceding applications for the scholarship; or
- be enrolled in a postgraduate course by research or coursework in the School of Music; or
- be enrolled full-time and have completed at least 48 points of a bachelor's degree course, specialising in vocal music studies; and
- provide proof that they have applied to the proposed place of study to undertake the study program described in 11(2)(b).
For further relevant information please refer to the prize conditions.
- Written applications, with supporting documentation, must be submitted by Friday 15 Febrary 2013.
- The selection panel will review your application, including evidence of your acceptance into the proposed place of study, in February/March 2013.
- The successful applicant will be advised by April 2013.
- Applications should be addressed to:
School of Music M413
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Written applications on the application form downloadable below are called for annually and must be submitted with supporting documentation to the Administrative Officer by the advertised closing date.
Applications must include the following:
- details of performance achievements during undergraduate studies
- details of the proposed program of study
- a provisional budget of costs, including quotes obtained
- letters of acceptance from the proposed place of study and/or proposed tutor
- references from two people who have close contact with the applicant’s work in vocal studies.