You will normally require a good honours degree in Music or a related subject, with an upper 2nd classification or equivalent. Professional experience can be taken into account as part of the applications process and all suitable applicants are invited for interview and/or audition.
Months of entry
Our postgraduate courses are designed to give you an accurate academic and vocational understanding of what it takes to be a successful music practitioner in the 21st century.
As well as receiving focused, individual tuition from our performance, production and/or composition staff, you work on a one-to-one basis with one or more creative practitioners of your choosing, providing you with invaluable mentoring and a strong industry and/or arts perspective.
Performance and Composition students come together for regular contextual and research seminars, which facilitate collaboration and further your personal development and critical engagement.
This pathway will support you in developing your artistic vision and compositional practice. You can study a range of disciplines including classical composition, electroacoustic music composition, film music composition and popular music composition, or engage in experimental and crossover approaches to composition.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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