An extensive bursary program assists financially disadvantaged students.
The Bursary aims to assist families and students experiencing financial and/or other hardships enabling them to continue with their lessons.
A Bursary may be offered in the form of a discount of 50% and, in exceptional circumstances, up to 100% on tuition fees payable, depending on the financial, compassionate or other circumstances of applicants.
Application forms may be downloaded from the website or are available from the Conservatorium office.
Applications close 12th January 2024.
The Conservatorium offers six competitive non-means-tested scholarships as listed below.
The Scholarship recipient will receive one 30-minute lesson per week at the Tamworth Regional Conservatorium of Music for the duration of the Conservatorium year; such lessons will be delivered by a Conservatorium-employed teacher. It is expected that above-average progress will be maintained throughout the year.
Please read the Scholarship Conditions of Entry (https://thecon.com.au/Scholarship-Conditions-of-Entry)
|Jean Grace Gray Youth String Scholarship||
|Jeff & Hazel Lee Youth Piano Scholarship||
|Tamworth Regional Conservatorium of Music Youth Instrumental Scholarship||
|Tamworth Regional Conservatorium of Music Vocal Scholarship||
|Tamworth Regional Conservatorium of Music Junior Scholarship||
|Daniel & Jo Sherwood Rural Scholarship||
A Copyright Declaration Form must also accompany the scholarship application. Download a form from the OneMusic Australia website.