Are you under 35 years of age, currently studying at an academy or university and are economically unable ti finance the course fees on your own? We support you and your artistic and musical education by reducing or reimbrusing the course fees for your desired course. The number of scholarship is limited and will be awarded after the application has been evaluated. Apply for an Academy Scholarshpis in German or Englisch with a letter of motivation, a short recommendation from your lecturer and a resume at the following
Stadt Neuburg an der Donau
Residenzstraße A 66
86633 Neuburg an der Donau
Scholarship Fine Arts
This year, the Association for the Promotion of the Neuburger Sommerakademie e.V. is awarding several scholarships for students for courses in the field of visual arts. The scholarship includes the full courses fee for a one-week participation in any course in the field of Fine Arts.
The arrival and the overnight stay must be organised and carried by yourself. The course descriptions can be found at the following Website: https://neuburg-ist-kultur.de/sommerakademie/kursangebot/bildende-kunst
Interested parties can apply by 31.06.22 with the following documents:
- Personal data: name, date of birth, contact details, subject of study, university
- Brief cover letter with motivation, desired course ( with desired coursed week) and artistic project in the course
- Small artistic portfolio with high-quality (labelled) illustrations of current works of art ( approx. 3-5 works)
Please merge the documents into ONE PDF-file and send them with the subject "Scholarship course [director of the disered course]" to the following contact address:
Marina Gloßner, firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the quality of the application, the award of the scholarship depends on the availability of places in the courses. A separate registration for the desired course is not required. For further questions, please contact Marina Gloßner.
The award of the scholarship is decided by the course instructors and the artistic director for the field of fine arts.