ISME grants and awards provide a variety of funding
ISME offers a range of grants and awards. The grants are to support programs and the awards are to support members attending the world conference.
The ISME Grants Program offers multiple grants, including sponsored grants that focus on specific themes or regions of the world. ISME grants also vary in the amount and duration of funding provided.
In overview the grants are:
ISME-NAMM Foundation Community Music Development Grants - currently not open
ISME-SEMPRE Music Education Research Grants - currently not open
ISME-Gregory Brown Youth Music Development Grants - currently not open
ISME Project Development Grants - currently not open
ISME Partnership Development Grants - currently not open
Applicants should read the overview before submitting and full details about each of the grants is available by clicking on the relevant box below. This is an online process.
World Conference Awards
Normally ISME offers a number of awards which provide funding for travel and sustenance for those who would benefit from financial assistance to attend and present at the World Conference.
For the 2022 virtual conference these have been changed to provide free registration to selected students, first time attendees and members from Low PPP countries. More information and the online application form for the 2022 world conference awards can be found here. These awards should be applied for beforeregistering.
In normal years, the world conference awards are as follows:
Sponsored Delegate Award - not available in 2022
ISME World Conference Awards - not available in 2022
Steve Dillon ISME World Conference Award - not available in 2022
Full details of each are available by clicking on the relevant box below. Please note that no more than one award will be offered to any individual at any time. This awards program opens in the early months of each conference year.