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Months of entry
The department was established in 1975 and has pioneered a cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural approach to music studies, relating the art and science of music. Facilities include electro-acoustic studios; recording/performance areas; gamelans; early instruments.
Electro-acoustic and Computer Music; Ethnomusicology; Performance Studies; Musicology; Composition; Women and Gender in Music
Information for international students
Strong research contacts with similar centres in France, Germany, Canada, USA, Netherlands and Australia.
Fees and funding
Arts and Humanities Research Board (EU), British Council and Overseas Research Scholarships (overseas).
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Simon Emmerson
- 020 7040 8273