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Making a postgraduate application: Financial need and budget
Help Musicians
Help Musicians
12th January 2022

In these sections we ask for specific financial information.

Making a postgraduate application: Explaining your short and longer term goals
Help Musicians
Help Musicians
12th January 2022

In this section, we would like to know what your short-term plans are after graduation and what your longer-term ambitions are. You should be realistic with your goals and offer back-up plans just in case you experience any obstacles that get in your way.

Making a postgraduate application: Why another year of study?
Help Musicians
Help Musicians
12th January 2022

In this section we want to know why you are planning on studying for another year and the goals you hope to achieve by the end of your year of study.

Midge Ure discusses the highs and lows of his career in latest I Never Thought It Would Happen episode
Help Musicians
Help Musicians
27th September 2021

Midge Ure is the musician joining Chris in the latest I Never Thought It Would Happen episode to discuss the highs to the lows of his career, considered with lots of humour, self deprecation and keen insight.

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Postgraduate Awardees Pedro Silva and Ariel Lang, co-founders of MyLuthier, explain why they have chosen to give back to Help Musicians
Pedro Silva
Co-founder of MyLuthier
6th February 2020

Pedro Silva shares the impact Help Musicians’ Postgraduate Award funding had on his and business partner Ariel Lang’s careers, and explains why they have chosen to donate through their company, MyLuthier.

A brief history of Help Musicians’ named awards
Bex Ransom
Creative Programme Officer
3rd February 2020

Help Musicians has supported the costs of music education since our founding in 1921. In fact, apart from during the outbreak of World War 2, we have given awards to UK conservatoire students for nearly 100 years. Creative Programme Officer Bex Ransom explains the history behind some of our existing named awards.