Do you have a passion for art and wish to further your knowledge in this rapidly developing field? The George and Cordelia Oliver Drawing Scholarship 2022 is now taking applications at the Glasgow School of Art.
In 2012, this chance was initially made available in honor of George and Cordelia. Glasgow School of Art is an art school in Glasgow, Scotland, that offers further education to students. In architecture, fine art, and design, it has offered undergraduate degrees, post-graduate diplomas, and PhDs.
Why study at the Glasgow School of Art?
GSA is an excellent resource for students interested in pursuing a career in the arts. The Glasgow School, which was founded in 1845, is recognized across the world for its high-quality education. According to the QS World Rankings for Art & Design, it is rated eighth.
Glasgow School of Art
Level of Study
For a period of four years, you will be paid £1,000 every year.
Number of Awards
Eligibility for George and Cordelia Oliver Drawing Scholarship.
- This financing opportunity is open to candidates from all across the world.
- All Fine Art BA (Hons) degree programs
- Before you apply, make sure you meet the following requirements:
- Students must be enrolled in a BA (Hons.) fine art program.
- Students from all around the world are welcome to apply.
- Must submit a piece of art that demonstrates remarkable drawing abilities without the assistance of a computer.
- The piece must be no larger than A5 in size.
- GSA New Undergraduate (including straight admission into year 2 or 3) and new Postgraduate students with a Conditional or
- Unconditional offer of study at the GSA are eligible for the studentships.
There are two components to your application for an undergraduate degree at the GSA:
Language Requirement: IELTS for UKVI (Academic) with 6.0 overall and no less than 5.5 in each component is required for the fine art and design program.
How to Apply
How to Apply
Supporting Documents: One digital picture of your art must be included in your application. With your application, you must provide a copy of your offer letter or e-mail.
For four years, the Glasgow School of Art will contribute £1,000 every year.
27 May 2022