The applications for the Fribourg University Organ Scholarships are open for the academic year 2020. Interested candidates can apply until 1st March 2020.
- Fribourg University is offering scholarships in the field of music for Bachelors’s and Masters’s degrees.
- Additionally, Fribourg Organ Academy Foundation funds the scholarships and the scholarships are open to all the nationals.
- Friborg Organ Academy Foundation is offering Organ Scholarship at Fribourg University of Music 2020 for organ studies for the Academic Year 2020-21.
The applicants must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the Organ Scholarships at Fribourg University
- All nationals are eligible for the scholarship.
- Additionally, the applicants should join the Fribourg University of Music for the academic year 2020/21 in one of the following degrees:
- Bachelor, Master, or Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS).
Value of the scholarship
- The scholarship provides a reward amount of 5000 CHF per year.
- Also, the organizers will invite the successful candidate to play a concert.
- The applicants need to complete the enclosed application form which should be sent with a CV and a cover letter
- Also, the copy of academic degrees, copy of ID and three letters of recommendation to the foundation through post or email
- Furthermore, the candidates need to apply for admission at the Fribourg University of Music
- The entrance exam date is April 6, 2020.
About the University
The University of Fribourg is a university in the city of Fribourg, Switzerland. The roots of the university can be traced back to 1580 when the notable Jesuit Peter Canisius founded the Collège Saint-Michel in the City of Fribourg. In 1763, an Academy of law was founded by the state of Fribourg which formed the nucleus of the present Law Faculty. Additionally, the University of Fribourg was finally created in 1889 by an Act of the parliament of the Swiss Canton of Fribourg. Furthermore, the University of Fribourg is Switzerland’s only bilingual university and offers full curricula in both French and German, two of Switzerland’s national languages. Students number about 10,000. Also, there are about 200 tenured professors and 700 other academic teachings and research personnel.
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