Scholarships & Bursaries
ANATS is thrilled to be able to provide scholarship opportunities. ANATS also commits to supporting members through the availability of bursary funding for approved activities.
Below you'll find the available scholarships and bursaries from ANATS.
Bettine McCaughan Memorial Scholarship
Funded by the Bettine McCaughan Scholarship Trust, it is worth $5,000, to be spent in the “pursuit of excellence” in Classical Voice performance, and is open to any Australian resident, 26 and under. Congratulations to our 2019 winner, Cassandra Wright (pictured here with adjudicators Wendy Todd, Carole MacKenzie and David Ashton-Smith).
ANATS Member Bursaries
Bursary funding is dependent on annually available funds and the return benefit of professional development activities to the individual, to the voice teaching fraternity and to ANATS Ltd. Bursaries are assessed throughout the year and all members are eligible to apply.
Download more information and an application form
Read about the experiences of previous bursary winners below