Warrane College Cultural Achievement Residential Award
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The Residential Cultural Award was established to assist recipients with accommodation costs at Warrane College.
Applicants must: be first year residents of Warrane College or later year students who are reapplying for the award; be full time undergraduate students; have attained a high grade (AMEB or equivalent) in one or more musical instruments; demonstrate performance experience in music, drama or other arts; and have potential for leadership in cultural events. Selection is based on the application and admission interview, their community involvement and likelihood to contribute to life at UNSW and Warrane College. Consideration may be given to financial need.
The scholarship is valued at $5,000 for 1 year payable as 2 credit notes redeemable at the start of semester 1 and 2.
30th January 2013