NCCGB Bursary Scheme 2022

The NCCGB bursary scheme exists to help participants who find it difficult to meet the costs of our course fees. We have limited bursary funds, so are currently only able to offer partial bursaries. We award bursaries of between 5% and 25% of the course fees.

Each case is assessed individually. All applications are treated in the strictest confidence.

Fees for our 2023 courses will be confirmed in October. 

For reference, fees for our 2022 courses were:

Easter – Junior Choirs – £675, Senior Choir (4 days) -£450

Summer -All choirs – £675

Other sources of funding

If you need additional funding, we are aware of the following:

Home – Dewar Awards – Scotland only

Future Talent | Inspiring Young Musicians

Charitable Trust Providing Grants For Music Study | The Wrightson Trust

The Potential Trust 

Sibling discount

If you have one than one child in the choir, you are eligible for a sibling discount of 10%. We will contact you about this once the registration form and fee have been received for each child.

Stage payments

It is possible to pay in stage payments. Please contact us to discuss this.

Eligibility criteria

We accept applications from those with an annual household income of £60,000 and below.

If you have a household income of over £60,000, you are not automatically able to apply for a bursary. However, if you feel that you can provide evidence of need, please contact us. We will consider this on a case-by-case basis, and you may be invited to apply for a bursary.

Application process

Our bursary programme is currently closed and will reopen in October for applications for our 2023 courses.