DAAD scholarships offer graduates the opportunity to continue their education in Germany with a postgraduate or continuing course of study. The scholarships also promote the exchange of experience and networking amongst colleagues.
Who can apply?
Foreign applicants who have gained a first university degree in the fields of Fine Art, Design, Visual Communication and Film at the latest by the time they commence their scholarship-supported study programme.
What can be funded?
In this study programme, you can complete
a Master’s degree/postgraduate degree leading to a final qualification, or
a complementary course that does not lead to a final qualification at a state or state-recognised German university of your choice (not an undergraduate course).
This programme only funds projects in the artistic and creative area. Other DAAD scholarship programmes are available for applicants from the field of History of Art or Art Studies or for artists with a scientific project.
Duration of the funding Master’s degree:
Between 10 and 24 months depending on the length of the chosen study programme
Start: usually from 1st October, or earlier if a language course is taken prior to the study programme
The scholarships are awarded for the duration of the standard period of study for the chosen study programme (up to a maximum of 24 months). To receive further funding after the first year of study for 2-year courses, proof of academic achievements thus far should indicate that the study programme can be successfully completed within the standard period of study.
Applicants who are already in Germany in the first year of a postgraduate course at the time of application may apply for funding for their second year of study. In this case, it is not possible to extend the scholarship.
Applications are now open for Research Training Program Scholarships.
Meritorious students are encouraged to apply, noting that, in assessing applications, ACU will give priority to applicants whose proposed research aligns with one of the following areas: education, health, social justice and the common good, and theology and philosophy. Priority will also be given to applicants wishing to study at doctoral level and Indigenous Australian applicants.
For further information regarding the priority areas, please visit the appropriate Faculty or Research Institute website:
NASA is leading the next steps of human space exploration in the vicinity of the Moon and on toward Mars. When astronauts venture to Mars, what will they see? How will they feel? What will they experience? What will they do? Project Mars invites college students and early career professionals to learn about NASA’s deep space endeavors, including the Orion spacecraft, Space Launch System rocket and deep space gateway concept, and create their visualization of what this expedition may look like.
In collaboration with NASA, SciArt Exchange presents Project Mars Competition: your chance to tell the story of human exploration of deep space.
SHOOT A FILM
Bring your interpretation of NASA’s work to send humans to Mars to life through breathtaking cinematography, amazing animations and state-of-the-art special effects. You have up to 5 minutes to tell an inspiring story about a 9-month trek to the Red Planet, so captivating creativity is a must! The winning short film will be selected by a team of film and graphic design industry judges including Gareth Edwards, director of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Videos can be submitted as private Vimeo or YouTube links. Winning entries will need to be provided at the following settings:
This Scholarship is to encourage international practicing artists and designers to undertake study at UNSW Art & Design.
Deadline: 31 October
Amount: $5,000 (paid in two instalments)
Tenure: Duration of the program
Full-time Masters (by Coursework) students studying at UNSW Art & Design
Citizen of an overseas country, excluding New Zealand, and not normally reside in Australia.
Selection will be based on academic merit, reasons for undertaking the current and/or proposed study, interview performance if required, and the relevance of his/her participation in study at UNSW Art & Design to its international projects and programs.
All applicants must provide a written personal statement that addresses the selection criteria to support their application. Additional supporting documentation can also be attached.
Independent Artist Certificate Scholarships are available to applicants enrolling in the Independent Artist Certificate Program who demonstrate outstanding talent.
The total scholarship amount will $1000 per quarter.
Available to International Students and US Citizens.
May be applied to Certificate or Degree in Guitar, Bass, Vocal, Drum, or Keyboard Performance programs or Degree in Music Composition program. (MI Select and MI Select Express programs are not eligible.)
Applicant must be accepted into a qualified program.
Complete applications must be received by scholarship due date. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
The total scholarship amount will be divided by the total number of quarters in the particular program and credited toward each quarter’s tuition in equal amounts for as long as the student maintains a 3.5 GPA.
Scholarships are non-transferable, and may not be applied to any person, program or start date other than the one for which it was awarded.
The Seymour Duncan Guitar Scholarship was created to honor innovative music legend Seymour Duncan and will be awarded in Spring 2018 to an intermediate or advanced student (U.S. or non-U.S. citizens) enrolling in the Associate of Arts in Performance (Guitar) program who demonstrates overall outstanding musicianship, passion for the instrument and the potential for developing their own individual sound or unique voice on the instrument in any style or genre. Applicants must also demonstrate financial need.
Award is $2,000.00 tuition credit ($1,000 per quarter, for the first two consecutive quarters of the program).
Newly enrolling AA (Guitar) students only.
Available to international students and U.S. citizens.
May only be applied to the Associate of Arts in Performance (Guitar) Program. Certificate and MI Select programs are not eligible.
Current/returning students in any MI program are not eligible.
The objective of the Art Major Asian (AMA) Scholarship Program is to provide Asian students with artistic talent to conduct advanced studies and ability in Korea National University of Arts in order to promote international exchanges in education and mutual friendship between the countries.
full tuition for undergraduate or graduate programme
airfare when entrance and graduation
basic medical insurance
Young and talented art students (Age below 40 is preferred)
Field of Program: 6 schools* of Korea National University of Arts: Music, Dance, Visual Arts, Drama, Film/TV/ Multimedia, Korean Traditional Arts
Region : 142 eligible countries (see attachment)
Application Period : April 2018 to July 2018
Requirement: Application form(attached) and requirements by major. Check ‘Appendix 1’ Admission Unit and Information
How to apply
Due date : 31st July, 2018
Will begin 2019 AMA programme on 1st November, 2018. Arrival dates are negotiable when impossible to arrive in Korea before 29th October 2018.
Our Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for Research Excellence aim to recognise and reward applications from outstanding international students from the Faculties of Arts, Medicine and Health Sciences, Science and Social Sciences. In 2018 we are offering 50 full tuition fee scholarships.
Closing date 09 March 2018.
Who is eligible to apply?
You can apply for this scholarship if you:
are classed as an overseas student for fee purposes AND
already hold an offer to start a full-time research degree programme**, PhD or MPhil, at our Nottingham campus with a start date that falls between 01 October 2018 and 01 February 2019 (inclusive), in any subject area*** excluding Engineering
**Please note that these scholarships are for up to each of 3 years of a research programme, subject to satisfactory progress.
***We welcome applications from suitable candidates but would particularly value applications from strong candidates wishing to work within the research priority areas of each faculty.
NABA, International Academy of Arts and Design in Milan, is pleased to launch a scholarship competition open to International students for Bachelor of Arts Degree Programs, academic year 2018/2019.
The scholarship competition aims at selecting the Best International Profiles and at supporting their outstanding talents.
For this very reason, NABA offers SEVEN 40% SCHOLARSHIPS to partially cover the tuition fee for the Bachelor of Arts Degree Programs in Graphic Design and Art Direction, Design, Fashion Design, Media Design and Multimedia Arts, New Technologies for Applied Arts, Set Design, Painting and Visual Arts starting in October 2018.
Seven 40% scholarships on the full standard tuition fee 15.950 Euros net of regional tax for the following NABA
BA programs starting in October 2018 and valid for the Academic Year 2018/19:
One 40% scholarship for the BA Program in Graphic Design and Art Direction, English or Italian language
One 40% scholarship for the BA Program in Design, English or Italian language
One 40% scholarship for the BA Program in Fashion Design, English or Italian language
One 40% scholarship for the BA Program in Media Design and Multimedia Arts, English or Italian language
One 40% scholarship for the BA Program in New Technologies for Applied Arts, English or Italian language
One 40% scholarship for the BA Program in Set Design, English or Italian language
One 40% scholarship for the BA Program in Painting and Visual Arts, English or Italian language
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
International students holding a valid high school diploma, equivalent to an Italian secondary school diploma (obtained at the end of a period of study lasting at least 12 years).
International students about to graduate from the high school within the academic year 2017/18.
Students are invited to submit a dossier containing 15 works, comparing contemporary art with works from different cultures and periods. Consulting exhibition catalogues, auction house and gallery websites, candidates are required to select a collection of works, which are to be described individually in a data sheet (author, technique, date, size, origin and price, where available) and write an introductory text presenting the collection and the reasons behind their choices.
Competition participants are requested to submit:
A PROJECT PROPOSAL to be submitted in the form of a text explaining the concept (maximum 2 A4 pages), in addition to a dossier containing the 15 selected works and relevant data sheets, any graphical designs, photoediting or any other technique (maximum 18 A4 sheets), and any other additional materials on digital media (CD, DVD, USB key with visualization of the project, photos, 3D, designs, drawings etc. in a pdf format).
Candidates are also required to submit:
Detailed curriculum vitae
Copy of Bachelor Degree/Academic diploma translated into English/Italian
Academic transcript/marksheet of previous studies, translated into English/Italian, listing subjects and exams, with corresponding number of hours/credits