Four new SAE Institute scholarships announced: DJ Zinhle, Oskido, Jeremy Loops & Themba
Four new SAE Institute scholarships have been announced for their brand-new Rosebank campus in Johannesburg.
SAE has once again partnered with some of South Africa’s most respected and influential artists, DJ Zinhle, Oskido, Themba and Jeremy Loops, to offer new scholarships for deserving disadvantaged students wanting to study audio at the industry-leading school.
The s SAE Institute scholarships are in partnership with Bridges for Music, the international non-profit who provide education opportunities to disadvantaged young creatives and have global artists that include Skrillex, Ritchie Hawtin and Luciano as their ambassadors.
Those receiving the 2019 scholarships will be awarded an opportunity to study toward a one-year Higher Certificate in Sound Production at SAE’s new state-of-the-art campus in Rosebank, Johannesburg.
“We have always been deeply committed and passionate about giving back to the industry and we are proud to have partnered with some of South Africa’s most respected local artists to facilitate opportunities to help the aspiring youth make their musical ambitions a reality,” says Trenton Birch, Director of SAE Institute South Africa.
“I’m excited to be part of this programme, the thought of even one woman receiving the opportunity to change their life makes me happy. I can’t wait to meet and work with whomever is deserving of this life-changing opportunity,” says DJ Zinhle, whose scholarship will only be open to female applicants.
Other patrons include Oskido, Themba and Jeremy Loops, who represents the best of music in South Africa.
The brand-new SAE Institute JHB campus opens in February 2019.
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