FAME Academy SA Bursary 2021

Closing Date:

Bursary Details

The Fame Academy SA is offering bursaries to individuals interested in Performative Arts. Bursaries are offered for 1 year of full-time studies [excluding Radio and TV Production which covers 18 months of studies]. All bursaries are valued at R37,000 each.

Closing date: 20 September 2020

Candidate Requirements

  • Anyone between the ages of 18 and 35 years can enter
  • Kids between the ages of 4 and 16 years can enter for Performing Arts
  • Participants are allowed to sing their favourite songs or imitate their favourite actors, singers, dancers, djs and models
  • Auditions are strictly online
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Bursary Enquiries

For any queries, contact FAME Academy:
Tel: 015 007 1054
Whatsapp: 076 612 9987
Email: noluthando@fameacademysa.co.za

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Fame-Academy-SA-Prospectus.pdf

How to Apply

  • Create a short video clip of yourself doing something related to the course you are interested in
  • State your name, age and where you come from at the beginning of the clip
  • The maximum length of the video should be 1 minute 
  • Upload the video on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) 
  • Use the hashtags: #fameacademysabursaryauditions #creatingtomorrowslegends
  • Tag Fame Academy (Facebook: FAME Academy SA, Instagram: fameacademysa)
  • Ask friends and family to share your video
Field of Study: School of Arts


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