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Art Scholarships Available at VCAD

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Art scholarships Vancouver
The Visual College of Art and Design (VCAD) will offer up to $150,000 in scholarships to the Class of 2014.

Scholarship Guidelines:

  • Scholarships are available to qualified students who are scheduled to graduate from high school in 2014
  • Up to one full-tuition and four half tuition scholarships will be awarded to top scholarship entrants
  • Up to 50 partial-tuition scholarships will also be distributed

Eligibility:

  • You must be scheduled to graduate in 2014 from a Canadian high school or an equivalent foreign institution.
  • You must meet the eligibility requirements and the individual program entry requirements outlined in the scholarship application package.

Deadlines:
  • All entries must be received by Visual College of Art and Design by May 23, 2014


Entry Preparation:

To enter, you must follow ALL general competition guidelines listed below AND individual program entry requirements for the program of your choice. Please note: a separate application to the Visual College of Art and Design is required for admission to the school.

  • Complete an entry form and indicate the program of study for which you've applied
  • Complete all individual program entry requirements for you indicated program of study
  • Submit original materials based on your program of choice
  • Submit a letter from a high school teacher or guidance counselor certifying that entry materials are your original creation. This letter should be submitted on official school letterhead
  • Submit a current high school transcript
  • Entries must be contained in one package, and received by May 23, 2014.