Thanks to the generous sponsoring of our partners, we are this year glad to offer again a limited number of scholarships.

Scholarships generally cover the lesson fees. Overnight and boarding fees must be paid by the participant. Partially or totally higher scholarships may be granted in special, well founded and justified cases.

Participants pay the whole amount of their course charges at the time they register. In case of a scholarship, its amount will be refunded.

Until the 21st of April, 2018, at latest,
1.    our online scholarship application form (also as pdf file available) presenting  a.o. the financial status of the participant (his/her parents or legal tutors),

2.    at least one letter of recommendation, written and signed by the participant’s voice or instrument teacher or by any other music life personality, containing the referee’s contact data (name, title, position, address, telephone and/or mobile telephone number, e-mail etc.)
must be sent (per post or e-mail) to austrian arts sessions association.

3. N.B! a valid registration to the same course, for whom a scholarship is requested must already have been submitted.

Valid applications will be considered according to their date of entry.
The organiser, after possible (but non obligatory) discussions with the teachers or/and the referees, will estimate the whole situation and decide irrevocably about the granting or not and about the amount of the scholarship.
There can be no legal claim of a scholarship. A dispute of the decision above is excluded even through a judicial way.

By requesting a scholarship, participants and/or their legal tutors accept beyond any doubt or reverse of any kind the general terms and conditions of austrian arts sessions.

You also may apply for a scholarship via mail, by clicking here.

Kindly supported by:

Mr. Martin Royalton-Kisch und Mrs. Dr. Marina Marks donated the amount of € 1.000 in memoriam their mother in law / mother (the greek composer Alexandra Sakali). Two scholarships of € 500 each will be granted to greek participants of a voice course.