Band Program Bursary
Applications for 2022 are now open and close on 30 September 2021.
Middle School Opportunities
Corpus Christi College is proud to offer students entering Year 7 2022 a number of Bursaries for the study of instrumental music. Each Bursary has an approximate annual value of $2000 and lasts up to three years.
The Bursaries are aimed at encouraging the study of certain Brass, Woodwind and String instruments, and are part of a long-term strategy to develop the College Instrumental Ensemble program.
Applications are invited from Year 6 students in 2021 who are commencing Year 7 in 2022 and are interested in either beginning the study of one of the available instruments, or who are already learning and wish to continue.
Senior School Opportunities
At the discretion of the Director of Music, Bursaries may also be offered to students planning to pursue a Music pathway in their Senior School studies. These students should demonstrate considerable dedication to Music and be willing to commit fully to the College Music program. These students will also be expected to choose ATAR Music as a subject in Years 11 and 12.
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