South African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO)

Closing Date:

Bursary Details

Bursary Information
Humanities
BMus (Music)

Applications close 15 February

Candidate Requirements

Current students at university
Grade 12 learners
South African, Lesotho, Swazi and Botswana citizens,
Applicable to studies at university or university of technology

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Bursary Enquiries

Bursary enquiries: 011 489 5000
sena@samro.org.za
http://www.sena.org.za

Bursary Inclusion

Selection Process
Short-listing
Interviews
Selection decision

How to Apply

Applications available at http://www.samro.org.za

Field of Study: School of Arts


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