In partnership with Southern Cross University, Rolling Stone Australia is bringing forth the Rolling Stone Music Scholarship which will be awarded to hard-working, passionate individuals looking to study a Bachelor of Contemporary Music.
This year has been turned upside down. With a global pandemic cancelling anything and everything, it's given us all time to think about what's important in life, where our passions are guiding us, and how it's we ought to not waste time when it comes to what matters the most to us.
For those wanting to ignite their hunger for learning about the music world, and to finally take that leap into finding the perfect music-based career, Southern Cross University and Rolling Stone Australia have partnered up to bring you the Rolling Stone Scholarship.
The Scholarship covers a total value of $15,000 over 3 years for Southern Cross University's Bachelor of Contemporary Music degree at either their Lismore or Coomera campuses.
If you dream one day of performing in front of thousands at the massive festivals around Australia, or are keen on teaching music to young students, then this is the degree for you. Maybe you're wanting to have your own music studio or even want to experiment making sounds with your voice, instruments, or laptop? Southern Cross University is where it's at.
Offered at both the Lismore and Coomera campuses, this degree calls on creatives from around the nation to study in the heart of some of the most creative homes in Australia, and is the destination for those who are keen to get their mitts on all the music knowledge and experience they can soak in.
Students of the Bachelor of Contemporary Music can look forward to creating a full portfolio for their career in music, where you can "tailor your degree towards your area of interest, whether it’s production, performance, songwriting, or other professional areas of the music industry."
By learning in state-of-the-art facilities with on-campus recording studios, keyboard labs, music production labs, rehearsal studios, and even professional-standard performance spaces, you'll be working with the best of the best in equipment that will, in-turn, equip you for your perfect career in music.
Applications open on the 23rd of December, and close five weeks later on the 31st of January, 2021. The 10 best answers will go through to a second round where participants will be asked to submit a long-form answer. To apply, submit your application via the form below.