The ABC John Bean ACS Memorial Scholarship for Cinematography, established in 2012, recognise and honours the talent of the late John Bean ACS, an alumnus of Griffith Film School (GFS).
The biennial scholarship encourages excellence in cinematography and supports the ongoing study of a talented student in the field of cinematography, with a focus on documentary.
$25,000 Cash donation towards the enrolment of the Master in Screen Production at Griffith Film School plus an intensive internship with the ABC News camera crew for a total period of 6 weeks.
The scholarship is valued at $25,000, paid in instalments, and an intensive internship with the ABC News camera crew for a total period of 6 weeks.
Scholarship monies will be issued in two payments, direct to your nominated bank account, after the first trimester census date for each year of study;
$16,500 paid in 2019
$8,500 paid in 2020. (Conditional to the successful completion of, or every effort made to complete, the internship period in year one).
Internship dates are to be mutually agreed and scheduled prior to the University Census dates. The best times for internships (according to program production) are either February to May or July to October. The internship can be arranged to take place in any national location. travel and accommodation costs are at the scholarship winner’s own expense and the internship location will take account of this.
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:
The University of Sussex is delighted to offer the prestigious Stuart Hall Scholarship, which the University offers every year to one student in the Department of Media and Film. The Scholarship is worth £5,000 and is awarded as a tuition fee reduction.
Type of award
Tuition fee reduction
The scholarship is awarded as a £5,000 tuition fee reduction.
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must have accepted an offer of a full time place on a Masters in the Department of Media and Film. Courses in this department include:
Cultural and Creative Industries MA
Digital Documentary MA
Digital Media MA
Film Studies MA
Gender and Media MA
International Journalism MA
Journalism and Documentary Practice MA
Journalism and Media Studies MA
Media and Cultural Studies MA
Media and Practice for Development and Social Change MA
You must also:
Have, or expect to achieve, a first class honours or 2.1 degree from a UK university, or equivalent degree from an overseas institution
We’ve got more than $500,000 in scholarships to give away to Canada’s most creative and aspiring talents.
We offer industry-leading programs in animation, film production, VFX, programming, makeup, acting, screenwriting, motion, interactive, and game design. You could be our next scholarship student.
Scholarships are available in amounts between $500 and $10,000 for the January to June 2018 start dates.
Apply now for a one-year VFS program in Vancouver, Canada, and find out if you qualify for our limited-time scholarship fund. VFS Search Scholarships will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis – so, the sooner you apply, the better your chances.
Please Note: Scholarships are not currently being offered for the Makeup Design for Film + Television, Classical Animation, Sounds Design and Animation + Concept Art programs.
Menyusul keberhasilan Tantangan Beasiswa sebelumnya, dengan senang hati kami umumkan Tantangan Beasiswa Media Kreatif Tahun 2017!
Program beasiswa ini diadakan untuk lebih mendidik talenta muda untuk mengejar karir di industri kreatif.
Dalam 5 tahun terakhir, SAE Indonesia, bagian dari SAE Institute global dengan lebih dari 54 kampus di 28 negara, telah memberikan lebih 70 beasiswa (penuh dan parsial). Penerima beasiswa akan menerima hingga Rp 300.000.000 untuk biaya pendidikan.
PROGRAM BEASISWA YANG DITAWARKAN:
Produksi Audio : Program Diploma + Program Sarjana (4 Tahun)
Produksi Film : Program Diploma + Program Sarjana (4 Tahun)
Animasi Efek Visual : Program Diploma + Program Sarjana (4 Tahun)
If you’re an architect, an animator, a film maker or a photographer, here’s a chance to win a full scholarship to study what you love at an internationally renowned creative specialist university.
AUB is now accepting submissions for the #AUBemerge global MA scholarship competition for international (non-EU) students. These scholarships are open to students applying for September 2016 entry only.
Our mission is simple. We’re searching the globe for the most promising creatives in the fields of Film, Animation, Photography and Architecture. If you’re one of the four winners, you’ll get a full tuition fee scholarship* to study on an eligible MA course, worth up to £18,000.
On top of that, you’ll get the kudos associated with being the most promising person we could find in your field, from a search that will take us all over the world.
How to enter
To see if you’re in with a chance of winning, you need to post your best piece of work publicly on any social media channel with the hashtag #AUBemerge and fill in a short form. We’ll then let you know if you’ve made it through to the next stage. Visit the how to enter page for all the details.
You’ll also need to read the terms and conditions, including competition rules, deadlines and eligibility criteria. We’ve put together some handy tips for entering the competition.
or get in touch with the School’s Director of Doctoral Studies, Prof. Kate Lacey, who is happy to answer any questions about our doctoral programmes and the application process: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for applications to go forward for consideration for the scholarship (including all supporting information such as references, etc.) is 4th April 2016. You are encouraged to contact the School as soon as possible to start the application process (NB. this deadline only applies if you are want to be considered for the scholarship).
The MI 35th Anniversary Film Program Scholarship will be awarded in Fall 2013 to a student (US or non-US citizen) newly enrolling in the Musicians Institute Film Program who clearly articulates their career goals within the film and/or television industry and demonstrates verifiable financial need.
The scholarship is applicable for students enrolled in the MI Film Program only, and may not be transferred to other programs or emphases within an AA degree.
To be considered for an MI 35th Anniversary Film Program Scholarship, you must take the following steps:
Newly enrolled Film Program students only.
US citizen and non-US citizen.
Submit a 250-word essay explaining why you should be considered for the MI 35th Anniversary Film Program Scholarship. Include your goals; describe the extent of your financial need and any other factors you consider relevant.
Provide the completed application form including: Verifiable financial need (submit 2011 tax return or other means of income verification).
These study scholarship aim to provide foreign applicants from the fields of Fine Arts, Design, Film, Music, Architecture as well as performing Arts (Drama, Direction, Dance, Chereography, etc) with an opportunity to complete a course of extension studies, without gaining a formal degree of qualification, or tp complete postgraduate or Master’s degree course to gain a degree in Germany (Master’s/Diplom), at a German state (public) or state-recognized higher education institution.
Extension studies without the purpose of gaining a degree: generally one academic year. In individual cases and upon application, scholarships may be extended.
Study projects with the purpose of gaining degree: depending on the length of the chosen degree course or study project, between 10 and 24 months. Initially, scholarships are awarded for one academic year and can be extended upon application for students with good study achievements to cover the full length of the chosen degree course.
The DAAD will pay a monthly scholarship of 750 Euros. As a rule, the scholarship additionally includes certain payments toward health insurance cover in Germany. In addition, the DAAD generally will pay an appropriate flat-rate travel allowance, unless these costs are covered by the home country or by another funding source. Furthermore, the DAAD will pay a study allowance and, where appropriate, a rent subsidy and family allowance.
The internet-based language course “Deutsch-Uni Online (DUO)” is recommended to help students improve their German language skills. For scholarship holders, the DAAD will pay the courses fees for six months as from their receipt of the Scholarship Award Letter. Furthermore, scholarship holders can apply to the DAAD for a subsidy towards a personally chosen German course. Further information will be included with the Scholarship Award Letter.
The School of Media, Film and Music is delighted to offer four £5,000 scholarships to UK/HEU and non EU students who have been accepted on any of the following Masters programmes starting in September 2013:
Film Studies: Global Film Cultures
Gender and Media
Media and Cultural Studies
Creative Media Practice
Journalism and Media
Journalism and Documentary
Music and Sonic Media
The scholarships are offered as a reduction in tuition fees of £5,000 and will be awarded to students who possess the highest academic ability and potential (not made on the basis of financial need).
Type of award
£5000 fee waiver
Applicants must have been offered a place on one of the above Masters degrees.
Applicants must commence the degree in September 2013 (awards cannot be deferred to subsequent years).
Current Sussex undergraduate students are eligible to apply.