Deadline: 30 November 2015
The British Council in India is currently inviting applications from the Indian citizens for the Charles Wallace India Trust Awards 2016-17, with an aim to provide early to mid career practitioners, a chance to study or gain wider experience and exposure.
CWIT covers the following Arts and Heritage Conservation fields of study:
- Visual Arts
- Performance, e.g. Dance, Drama, Music, Directing
- Film – including Script Writing and Direction
- Design (but not Architecture)
- Art History.
- Heritage Conservation
- Conservation architecture
- Management of heritage projects or sites
- Conservation of materials such as timber, stone, metal including metal structures, armour, paintings, photographs and film ( internships for painting conservators are sometimes hosted at the TATE conservation department- enquiries to metal structures, armour, paintings, photographs and film)
- Conservation of landscape
- Management of museums and collections.
- be an Indian citizen living in India
- be aged between 25 and 38
- have a first degree, diploma or professional qualification in their specialization. CWIT prefers applicants with significant working experience
- have not received a CWIT grant within the last five years.
- The application form should include a Statement of Purpose (not more than 2 pages).
- Applicants must also provide-
- An IELTS Certificate (essential for unconditional acceptance for most UK courses).
- Evidence of unconditional acceptance on the course, programme, attachment or internship for which you have applied, or evidence of progress towards acceptance.
- Portfolio submission where appropriate in either CD/DVD or hard copy format.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted in a hard copy format via postal mail.
For more information, please visit Charles Wallace India Trust Awards.