Sponsored by: Helene Jones Foundation Testamentary Trust

Value

Up to $10,000 paid in instalments

Awarded to students commencing in 2019, auditioning at the Queensland Conservatorium for entry for entry into a Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University programme in an area of instrumental need. (Determination of instrumental need is at the discretion of the Director of the Conservatorium).

Students are automatically eligible as part of their audition application as assessment is made during the entry audition process. The students ranked the highest at the audition process in an area of instrumental need (as determined by the Director of the Conservatorium), will be offered the bursary.

To be eligible you must:

  • Any 2019 commencing students, auditioning at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University for entry into any QCQU programme, in an area of instrumental need at the discretion of the Director.
  • can be a QCGU Undergraduate or Postgraduate programme, enrolled to study full time.
  • Open to Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents, Permanent Humanitarian Visa Holders, and New Zealand Citizens.

Applications for the bursary will be automatic as part of the audition process for administration.

Assessment is made during the entry audition process. The student ranked highest at the audition process in the pre-determined area of need will be eligible to be offered the bursary/scholarship.

The offer is conditional on you being enrolled at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.

Payments are made up to six weeks after census date and are subject to the following conditions. You must:

  • be enrolled in a QCGU programme
  • be enrolled full time
  • be playing (as a major) the instrument for which the bursary has been offered
  • make satisfactory progress in trimester 1 (for trimester 2 payment)

The above conditions are verified each trimester at Census date. If a scholarship recipient fails to successfully meet these conditions, scholarship payment may be withheld, or the scholarship may be terminated.

The Nora Baird Memorial Fund Audition Bursary is open to students commencing 2019 auditioning at the Queensland Conservatorium for entry into a Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University programme in an area of instrumental need, at the Director's discretion.

The bursary is values at $10,000. The bursary is paid in two instalments, the first payment at trimester 1 census date, and the second at trimester 2 census date contingent on satisfactory progress. Payments are for full time enrolment only.

For the 2019 academic year, the bursary will be open to commencing students, both undergraduate and postgraduate, auditioning at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University for entry into a Queensland Conservatorium programme.

Students are automatically eligible as part of their audition.