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Scholarships at SAE
Part of being a global leader in Creative Media education is about having a responsibility to support the next generation of creative professionals. SAE's Scholarship program is passionate about discovering and investing in individuals who will make a positive impact in the future of the creative industries. Applicants are considered on their creative skill, academic excellence and leadership. SAE Australia offers a range of domestic scholarships to assist students during their studies including full-tuition scholarships, grants and bursaries.
Follow in the footsteps of SAE graduates like Sampa The Great; Taya; Godlands; and 2020 ARIA winner, Chelsea Cullen. Designed for songwriters and producers, by songwriters and producers - you’ll develop real-world skills through this unique learning experience.
Get mentored by industry experts as you are guided through every stage of songwriting and music production.
Be heard by the industry.
Applying is fast. Simply complete an application form and tell us in 250 words or less: Why now is the time to launch your music career with a Bachelor of Songwriting and Music Production at SAE.
Supply us a link to your music portfolio with your application and you’re set.
Applications close midnight AEST Friday May 14th 2021.
Applicants are to be domestic or onshore international students wishing to commence study in a Bachelor of Songwriting and Music Production for the May 2021 intake with a Full-time study load. NOTE: International students must already be residing in Australia with a valid VISA.
Applicants must remain enrolled post-T2 census date
Applicants have completed the application form and supplied their portfolio link
Applying is simple. Complete the application form which includes a 500-word statement and a link to your online work portfolio. Successful applicants will be required to provide supporting material for their application including; references, identification and school results as required.
Review your use of professional language: Apply for a scholarship as if you’re applying for a job, avoiding the use of abbreviations and slang, ensuring your application is concise.
Review SAE: Prepare your statements understanding the background of SAE and what SAE can provide you with for your studies. Outline our ambitions and what you are interested in so we know you are a perfect fit for an SAE scholarship.
Review grammar and files: Ensure you have checked your application for spelling and grammar and that all your supporting documentation and portfolio is attached and accessible for the panel to review.