Berklee College of Music
1140 Boylston St.  
Boston,  MA,  02215
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Berklee awards $14 million in scholarships each year to students from all over the world who demonstrate the potential to succeed in today's music industry.

Berklee's Office of Scholarships and Student Employment provides extensive opportunities for both domestic and international students to apply for merit-based scholarships. Prospective students are invited to apply for an in-person scholarship audition. Those candidates unable to travel to a live audition site may choose to apply for scholarship through a recorded audition. Continuing students who have completed at least two semesters of full-time study at the college may apply for a scholarship by submitting an achievement portfolio.


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