We prefer you to have an undergraduate degree in music. However, if you have an advanced level in composition you may also be considered for those pathways. We accept qualifications other than music degrees for entry onto the Ethnomusicology (Music) MA pathway.
Months of entry
City’s Ethnomusicology MA introduces students to current thinking within ethnomusicology, with a particular focus on ethnographic work in urban contexts.
Students have the opportunity to consider current issues and debates in contemporary music studies and to explore the complex interrelationships between music and other subjects, and between theory and creative practice. The course aims to develop both critical and creative approaches to musical practice and study as well as training students in fundamental research skills which may also be useful in later doctoral study.
Fees and funding
- Full-time EU: £2016/17 fee to be confirmed in November 2015
- Part-time EU: £2016/17 fee to be confirmed in November 2015
- Full-time Non EU: £2016/17 fee to be confirmed in November 2015
- Part-time Non EU: £2016/17 fee to be confirmed in November 2015
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Music Administrator
- +44 (0)20 7040 8284