The Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarship is awarded to students ordinarily resident in countries situated in the Middle East and the North African Regions who display an exceptional talent and whose development as an artist and designer would most benefit from postgraduate study at one of the University of the Arts London’s Colleges.
The Caspian Arts Foundation is a non-profit organisation promoting unity between Middle Eastern and North African cultures through the arts. The Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarships aim to assist the most promising students to overcome financial disadvantage and to give them a platform to develop to their full potential. The unique contributions that these students will make to the worlds of Art, Film and Photography will form a lasting legacy.
Requirements upon the Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarship holder
Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarship holder is expected to attend all timetabled classes and tutorials, excepting periods of absence due to illness. Attendance will be monitored, and any student with an unacceptable attendance record may risk the termination of their Scholarship.
Scholarship holders are also expected to attend a small number of College and University events promoting scholarship support to potential donors, and to meet scholarship supporters at these events, during – and wherever convenient – after completing their course.
The University will terminate the award if registration lapses on any grounds, other than temporary suspension of study due to extenuating circumstances. These circumstances must be drawn to the attention of the relevant course director at the College through formal procedures, and upheld by the UAL Extenuating Circumstances Panel. If the award is terminated then the student will be expected to pay back the maintenance payments they have received to that point.