The Iver Make-up Academy is the sole Academy whose students have been awarded multiple BAFTA Scholarship’s for training on our Advanced Certificate Course.
Students applying for The Iver Make-up Academy Advanced Certificate Course are eligible to apply for the BAFTA Scholarship Scheme.
Students wishing to study with The Iver Make-Up Academy on our 30 Week Advanced Certificate Course can now apply for a BAFTA Scholarship. Please check BAFTA website for application dates and deadlines,
To be eligible for the bursary which is up to a maximum of £10,000. You first need to be offered a place on our advanced course.
Three students from The Iver Make-up Academy have received BAFTA Scholarships to train with us on our Advanced Makeup and Hair Artistry Course.
Fatima Odwar is currently training with us on our Advanced Certificate in Make-up and Hair Artistry course and was awarded a BAFTA Scholarship plus a Prince William Scholarship in Film supported by BAFTA and Warner Brothers.
Georgia Gable Trained with IMA on our Advanced Certificate in Make-up and Hair Artistry course and was Awarded a BAFTA Scholarship
Alesha Ladeatte-Williams Trained with IMA on our Advanced Certificate in Make-up and Hair Artistry course and was awarded a BAFTA Scholarship plus a Prince William Scholarship in Film supported by BAFTA and Warner Brothers.
The BAFTA UK scholarship programme is open to British citizens in need of financial assistance to take eligible undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the UK.
Each BAFTA Scholar receives up to £10,000 towards their annual course fees, as well as mentoring support from a BAFTA member, winner or nominee and free access to BAFTA events around the UK.
If you have any questions about the BAFTA Scholarship Programme, or have any difficulty registering your interest, contact email@example.com
IMA’s Advanced Certificate in Hair and Makeup Artistry Course is ScreenSkills Accredited
As a ScreenSkills accredited Academy students are able to apply for ScreenSkills Bursary towards Tuition Fees.
The ScreenSkills bursary is a cash grant designed to remove some of the practical barriers to making progress in the screen industries. Bursaries pay for training or other costs associated with skills development. ScreenSkills bursaries are designed to provide financial assistance to those looking to enter, progress in, return to, or transfer into the screen industries.
Eligibility - you can apply for a bursary if you are:
Eligible to work in the UK (you may be asked to prove this)
Have a UK bank account (you will be asked to prove this)
Are 18 years old or above (you may be asked to prove this)
Currently work in the UK screen industries, or I can demonstrate my intention to work in the UK screen industries (you will be asked to prove this)
Please be aware applications will be prioritised based on; a clear demonstration of ambition to work in the UK screen industries long-term, course availability and number of spaces open, applying for skills gap or shortage areas.
For more information and to apply see ScreenSkills.