Through the generosity of a number of the School’s supporters, the following scholarships are available to students:
The Gwen & Edna Jones Foundation Scholarship
Thanks to the generosity of the Trustees of the Warrnambool-based
G & E Jones Foundation, a scholarship to the value of $6000 will be available to a young adult currently resident in the Western District of Victoria who successfully auditions for the Advanced Diploma of Acting at Melbourne’s prestigious National Theatre Drama School in St Kilda.
Applicants must be at least 19 years of age and able to study full-time in 2015. The auditions for the 2015 intake will commence in November and
The Advanced Diploma course aims to prepare graduates for a career as actors and/or performance-makers . The School’s impressive list of graduates includes well-known actors such as Kat Stewart, Bella Heathcote, Richard Cawthorne andlocal star, Will Ewing.
The course runs over three years and
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Details of the audition procedure and
School, the Course and VET FEE-HELP are available from the School’s website (drama.nationaltheatre.org.au) or the Administration on 03- 95340223.
The Nicolson Award
To honour the life and work of Tasmanian-born actor, Gerda Nicolson, the Trustees of the Nicolson Foundation have made available a one-year Scholarship, valued at $5000, ta a Tasmanian resident who successfully audiitons for the School’s full-time, three-year Advanced Diploma of Acting course. Gerda Nicolson worked regularly with many of Australia’s leading theatre companies and was a core cast member of the popular TV series, Bellbird.
The Cybec Scholarship
The Cybec Scholarship, valued at $5,000, is awarded to a Second or Third Year Advanced Diploma student who, in the opinion of the Director and Staff, has demonstrated their professional potential and that they would benefit significantly from financial assistance. The funds are to be used primarily for the payment of tuition fees.
The Florence Young Scholarship, awarded by the Tallis Foundation
This Scholarship, named in honour of a much-loved, early 20th Century Australian stage star, is valued at $4,000. It is awarded to a Second or Third Year Advanced Diploma student who, in the opinion of the Director and Staff, has demonstrated their professional potential and can show that financial assistance would significantly benefit them. The funds are to be used primarily for the payment of tuition fees.
“Love, by William Shakespeare” Third Year production 2006