Universal Music UK Sound Foundation offers student bursaries
We are thrilled to announce that The Universal Music UK Sound Foundation has granted five lucky students a bursary. This three-year agreement will provide students from all over the UK with a reduction in fees.
The Universal Music UK Sound Foundation (which used to be known as the EMI Music Sound Foundation) is an independent music education charity established in 1997. For over 20 years, it has supported music-making activities for young people in music education and helped the next generation as they discover music, further their education, and foster a lifelong interest in music.
The five students awarded a bursary are:
- Kanye Bryan – BA (Hons) Music and Sound Production – Manchester
- Mia Marston – BA (Hons) Popular Music Performance & Music Business – Birmingham
- Robyn Alexander – BA (Hons) Songwriting & Music Production – Brighton
- Diogo Rivera – BA (Hons) Popular Music Performance – Bristol
- Ethan Carter – BA (Hons) Music and Sound Production – London
We spoke to Mia Marston, who said: “I’m so excited and grateful to have been offered the bursary, I feel like it will open many doors and be a fantastic opportunity for me to further my future career.”
Janie Orr, CEO of Universal Music UK Sound Foundation, added: “We are delighted to have renewed our bursary support with BIMM for a further three years. The partnership continues to be very important to us as it allows us to directly support students with their fees.”