For MPhil or MPhil/PhD, applicants normally have at least a 2:1 honours degree from a British University or equivalent academic or professional qualifications. Additionally, PhD applicants normally have a UK Masters degree or equivalent in a relevant subject area, which should have been awarded within five years prior to application.
Months of entry
Course contentMusic, Technology and Innovation is a 4 rated research subject area with strong internationally acclaimed research. At DMU we house the largest music technology group in the country including prominent international specialists. Therefore, the spectrum of opportunities for research students is broad.
Composition; Contemporary Music; Sonic Arts/Electroacoustic Composition; Applications of Music Technology; Electroacoustic Music Studies; Popular Music; Interactivity and Network Music.
Information for international students
Theses may be presented in foreign language. International qualifications may be acceptable.
Fees and fundingAHRC, Self.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Graduate Centre
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