Carl Cox is teaming up with WaterBear – The College of Music (of Brighton, England) to award a scholarship to one exemplary student seeking entry to the university’s new bachelor’s course in Electronic Music and Business, slated to launch in September. The degree course, conceptualized to teach students the tools they will need to start enduring careers as independent, self-sufficient artists, is fully accredited by Falmouth University and can be studied on-site in Brighton or remotely.
The scholarship recipient will win £15,000 worth of musical equipment (approximately $18,215) to support their musical studies and career establishment efforts. Cox, who sponsored the scholarship program, said,
“I’m really excited to support WaterBear – The College of Music in providing this scholarship award and contributing to someone’s career journey in music. Hopefully this will help the creative process and lead to some great new electronic music that we can all enjoy.”
Information on how apply can be found here. The deadline to submit an application is August 20.
Via: WaterBear – The College of Music
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