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Bursary Program

Applications are now being accepted for 2019-20 Bursary Program.  Deadline for submission – SEPTEMBER 20, 2019. 

Submit applications to:

MCMA Bursary Program

1B01 – 515 Portage Avenue

Winnipeg, MB  R3B 2E9

outreach@mcma.ca

Bursaries for MCMA Individual Instruction programs are available for music instruction from October – June. These tuition credits will be awarded to deserving students who face social or financial barriers to pursuing music education.

Criteria:

  • Student must face economic or social barrier to music education
  • Parent/Guardian must supply their household financial information
  • Student and Parent/Guardian must supply a letter of interest and support
  • Student and Parent/guardian must commit to student’s regular attendance
  • Instrument rental or purchase (if applicable) is the responsibility of the student

A limited number of bursaries are available and are awarded on the basis of need and dedication to music. Students who have received bursaries in previous years must reapply yearly. Applications will be made available for the current bursary opportunity on the website or by emailing info@mcma.ca. The application will not be accepted unless all necessary documents accompany the application and an in person interview may be requested.  The MCMA reserves the right to withdraw the bursary should the student miss more than two scheduled lessons without notice, or at any time for any reasonable cause.

2019-20 Individual Bursary Information

Instruction for bursaries awarded for the 2019-20 academic year  begins in October 2019. This bursary covers 60% of tuition and the applicant agrees to pay the outstanding registration and tuition fees and volunteer in one MCMA student recital, should they be awarded the bursary. The deadline to apply for the 2019-20 Individual Bursary Program is  September 20, 2019.

To download the application please click on this link: Individual Bursary Application .

If you have questions about the bursary contact the Conservatory at 204-988-7650.

For more information on our MCMA faculty and the instruments/disciplines available for individual instruction, click HERE.