The Don Wright Faculty of Music has numerous scholarships and awards with which to recognize and reward the achievements of our students. Last year, the Faculty awarded more that $160,000 to our undergraduates.
Western's Admission Scholarships are unlimited and automatically awarded upon admission. To be eligible, a student must be a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident and apply directly from high school to Western's main campus for full-time first year studies. Eligibility is based on the student's admission average, as calculated for admission purposes. The value is based on final marks and applied to the student's tuition account in September.
There are a limited number of these scholarships for music applicants and they are awarded based on a combination of high academic standing and an outstanding audition.
There are an unlimited number of these scholarships.
There are an unlimited number of these scholarships
These entrance scholarships are designed to recognize all-round excellence. A candidate must be a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident and have a minimum academic average of 90%. For information visit the National Scholarship Program at the Registrar's Office.
The deadline for National Scholarships is February 14.
In addition to the unlimited Admission Scholarships listed above, the Don Wright Faculty of Music offers a limited number of awards primarily based on the audition performance. To be eligible the student must perform a live audition. These awards have been established in co-operation with alumni, private donors and corporations to recognize the achievements of music students. These awards are usually combined with the Admission Scholarship Program and are determined by the Don Wright Faculty of Music's Scholarships Committee. Applicants do not apply for specific awards, although it is helpful if they complete an application for financial assistance in order to be considered for needs- based awards.
Western offers six Transfer Student Scholarships, in late September to the six students transferring from another post-secondary institution who have achieved the highest academic average. It is awarded automatically based on your admission average.
A number of scholarships are available to undergraduate students in course. They vary in amount and some are specific to programs, instrument and year of study. Postings will go up in the Music Faculty in October and the deadline to apply for these is September 30. You can contact Odilla Van Delinder for more information.