University Of Westminister Introduces A Richard Antwi Scholarship – A Tribute To The British Music Lawyer
16 Nov 2017
A touching tribute to the late entertainment lawyer…
The University of Westminster has announced a new scholarship in tribute to Richard Antwithe – famous British music lawyer, who played an important role in the successful music careers of British stars Wretch 32, Yasmin, Tinie Tempah and many others.
The Richard Antwi scholarship aims to continue this legacy by supporting black and minority ethnic students on the MA in Music Business Management to realise their full potential. Scholarship recipients are encouraged to continue this legacy and build a more vibrant and inclusive music industry.
A Full Tuition fee award of £10,200 per annum will go towards the individuals living costs (distributed in 12 monthly instalments) and an opportunity to undertake work experience during the course.
In order for you to be eligible to apply for the scholarship, you must hold a September 2018 course offer for MA Music Business Management and be from the UK. Preference will be given to you if you are from a BME background.
You also have to excellent in Academics, be able to demonstrable passion and interest or experience in music, music and technology or music management; Financial Need.
Applications to the course will open next year and there is only one Scholarship space available. To find out more about the course, please click here