This programme is designed to provide music students with a broad-based study, with an emphasis on the development of academic and practical skills.
The programme is aimed at developing critical awareness and creativity in the areas of musicology, music technology, popular music studies, ethnomusicology, theory, and analysis. Because of its flexible structure, the programme offers students a range of options that best suit their interests in the last three semesters. Teaching and assessment on the programme takes place through lectures, seminars, studio work, workshops, and individual supervision.
The programme offers all students instrumental tuition by professional performers.
Additional admission criteria: Admission to the course is conditional on an entrance examination, which consists of an audition and written
paper. Please contact the Department of Musicology directly for information about the entrance examination.