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A Prize for the full-time string student who achieved the highest mark in MUS 221.About the scholarship
Application status: No application required Applicable study: MUS 221 Opening date: By nomination Closing date: By nomination Tenure: Prize For: Prize Number on offer: One Offer rate: Annually Value: $1,200
The Spring Prize for String Players was established in 1996 as a Scholarship before becoming a Prize in 2015. The Prize was a bequest of the late Joseph Bernard Spring, a violist associated with performing organisations in Auckland for many years. He was a member of the Auckland String Players (later the Symphonia, the precursor of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra).
The main purpose of the Prize is to assist promising string players to further their performance studies at the University of Auckland.Regulations
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You do not need to apply for this scholarship, award or prize or complete an online application form. It is awarded on the recommendation of the relevant faculty or University of Auckland committee.
For more information about the awarding process for this scholarship, award or prize, download a copy of the regulations.Help and support
You can find answers to your questions about scholarships, awards and prizes on the University's online help and support centre, AskAuckland.
If you can’t find the answer to your question, contact our Student Support Team.
Every effort has been made to ensure the information we have supplied is correct and up to date. However we strongly advise that you check the regulations, application forms and any other information that is available, to ensure you meet the eligibility criteria for any application you might make, and that you understand the implications of any regulations, awarding value and closing dates.