When you are a registered student at KMH, you have the opportunity to apply for a number of scholarships. Some are handled directly by KMH, others via other organizations, such as the Royal Academy of Music, KMA.
The main goal is to contribute to continued development and training, by making it possible for the student to obtain further training, training abroad, purchase of instruments etc. Those activities provided externally outside of KMH should be prioritized, such as studies abroad and experiences not provided by KMH. Scholarships are mainly awarded to last year students.
In addition there are a large number of foundations and other organizations that award scholarships. Information about these are mainly obtained via the student union, KMS External link..
The Royal Academy of Music, KMA, manages a great number of scholarship foundations, aimed at supporting the training of young students of music. The scholarships can also be support for the purchase of musical instruments or sheet music.
There are two kinds of scholarships to apply for from KMA: the national, which are handled by the KMA themselves, and the local, which are handled by the music schools respectively.
KMH has set aside some scholarships to support travels for the students during school terms. These travel scholarships are first and foremost intended to master classes, courses abroad and conferences.
The Marthe Uzander and Lars Nyhlén Foundation
For a student of music who has recently graduated from KMH in piano or song - of all genres - and who would like to continue training abroad.
Scholarships for full-time students
The KMH and KMA scholarships for full-time students are mainly awarded to last year students. Exchange students are not eligible.
For further information about which of the scholarships you may be eligible to apply for, please contact the administrative officer in charge, see below.
Scholarships for fee-paying master students
KMH offers a limited number of scholarships that cover the entire tuition fee cost to talented master level students.
You are eligible for this scholarship if you are:
- liable to pay tuition fees for university studies in Sweden, and
- you have been admitted to a master level programme at KMH.
The scholarships cover the full programme tuition cost for one student, and can be awarded to about three students per academic year.
All eligible students will receive an invitation to apply for the scholarship after the second notification of selection results, usually published in the middle of May.
The applicants then have to present us with a one-page CV and a motivational letter, before around 1 June. KMH staff will make an overall assessment of all complete and eligible applications, and nominate candidates to the Vice-Chancellor. The Vice-Chancellor then makes the final decision.
Contact the Student Affairs Office
To find out more about scholarships for fee-paying students, please contact the Student Affairs Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.