Inviting applications from undergraduate students for Materials Bursaries for 2018
1 Mar 2018 - 12:15
We are inviting applications from undergraduate students for Materials Bursaries for 2018.
All students who need financial support are encouraged to apply, but we particularly encourage applications from Financial Aid or GAP funded students. Financial need and student performance will also be taken into account when making the awards.
IMPORTANT TO NOTE
Funds for the materials bursaries are limited and the school cannot guarantee that all applications will be successful.
It is important to note that it could take a few weeks before the outcome of the applications will be made, as various applications need to be processed and considered.
You will be notified via email, and will have to send a confirmation of receipt and an indication of how you prefer the funds be transferred to firstname.lastname@example.org
Students need to bear in mind that if they do not wish to have the funds transferred to the Art Sauce or ORMS, it is possible, due to the financial process within the Faculty that they might have to wait several months to get paid.
It is in the spirit of the awards that students will contribute to the operations of the School. This would take the form of work in the studios, in the administrative office, assisting staff with exhibitions in the gallery, project demonstrations in the studios or in the computer lab.
Please address your applications to:
The Materials Bursaries committee
C/O Ayesha Mollagee
Your application should include the following:
A completed materials bursary application form – on the form you will indicate the following information.
Your Fine Art practical major and year of study;
Your contact details: email, cellphone and address
The results of previous year’s study
A one-page motivation for the award. This is not necessary if you are on Financial Aid or are GAP funded.
A proposal as to how you might contribute to the School
A brief CV (which you may add to the end of the application)
Deliver to the Drop Box outside Room 1(Ayesha – formerly Sharon’s office)
CLOSING DATE: Friday 16 March
Michaelis School of Fine Art
University of Cape Town
31 -37 Orange Street Gardens
8001 Cape Town