Bursaries and Competitions
RAD bursaries, scholarships and competitions provide opportunities for young people to gain performance experience and to further their study and training.
Dorothy Cox-Scruton Bursary
The Dorothy Cox-Scruton Bursary was established in 2012 to commemorate the first Royal Academy of Dance member in Canada, Mrs. Dorothy Cox-Scruton. The $1,500 annual award assists Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies (CBTS) students pursue their dance teaching career aspirations while staying in Canada.
Application Deadline: May 22, 2020
- Dorothy Cox-Scruton Bursary Applicant Profile 2020
- Dorothy Cox-Scruton Bursary Application Process and Criteria 2020
Fonteyn International Ballet Competition Applicants
Created thanks to a donation from the Dame Margot Fonteyn Scholarship Fund, the Dame Margot Fonteyn Scholarship Fund bursary is open to any individual from any country wishing to compete in the Margot Fonteyn International Ballet Competition.
Phyllis Bedells Bursary
The Phyllis Bedells Bursary is probably the most recognizable of our grants.
Each summer, one dancer receives a $1,000 scholarship at SunDance, the Academy’s only summer intensive in the world to combine RAD ballet and Limón modern.
Bursaries for dance teachers
The RAD offers a range of bursary and scholarship schemes for individuals keen to pursue a career in dance teaching. Find out more by visiting the Fees and funding page.
The Fiona Campbell Examinations Bursary is made possible as the result of a generous legacy left by the former RAD teacher, examiner, trustee and lifelong friend to the Academy. Teachers can apply for the bursary on behalf of deserving candidates, to the value of their next examination.