Art scholarships can help you get the education you need to get your foot in the door of this rewarding career. Alabama, one of the nation’s leading historically black colleges, houses a department of Fine and Performing Arts that seeks to develop appreciation and understanding of aesthetic expression and development of skills through individual critique, studio activity and classroom instruction.
Cornell has 14 schools and colleges to select from – College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Architecture Art and Planning, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Hotel Administration, College of Human Ecology, College of Industrial and Labor Relations, Graduate School, Cornell Law School, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Weill Cornell Medical School and Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences.
The Foveran Scholarships are for students who have obtained a degree in Theology from the University of Auckland or another approved theological institution to enrol in postgraduate study at the University of Auckland or an approved overseas theological institution.
In its first three years of full NCAA Division II eligibility (since 2012-13), Academy of Art University has made a total of 23 postseason appearances including Men’s & Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Basketball, Men’s & Women’s Indoor & Outdoor Track & Field, Women’s Golf, and Women’s Tennis.
Grace ‘Connell, BA (Hons) Fashion & Textiles graduate has won the Gold Wolverhampton Enterprise and Employability Award for the Faculty of Arts. Also included in its membership are University staff members and the President of the Student Union. In 1964, the school became independent of the museum and renamed itself the Philadelphia College of Art. The Students’ Union provides democratic representation, support and advice to students across the university. At a ceremony in Nagaoka an agreement was signed between Norwich University of the Arts and NID to promote academic exchange for educational and research purposes. The university was created in 1985 by the merger of the Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts and the Philadelphia College of Art, two schools that trace their origins to the 1870s. This institution is now the College of Performing Arts of the University of the Arts.