Good honours degree. Alternative qualifications/experience may be considered in individual cases. For PhD prior masters qualification is normally expected.
MA by research; MPhil; PhD; MPhil in composition; PhD in composition; MPhil in Performance; PhD in Performance
Months of entry
The School of Music provides research supervision to PhD-level in performance, composition, music technology, and most branches of musicology. Excellent library collections include scores, books and audio and video recordings. There are well-equipped electronic studios and computing, word-processing and music-processing facilities.
Minstrelsy; Church Drama; English Music, Studies in 15th-20th Centuries; 19th- and 20th-Century Art and Popular Musics; Performance Practice and Reception; Computer Music; Opera and Film; Composition; Performance; Ethnomusicology; Music Education; Music Psychology.
Information for international students
High level of English language ability essential, especially for musicological study. Study options include the University's `split-site' arrangement - living mostly at home.
Fees and funding
Arts and Humanities Research Board, University awards, Overseas Research Studentships. School of Music awards including Stanley Burton scholarships.
Qualification and course duration
MA by research
Course contact details
- Nicki Sapiro
- 0113 343 2546
- 0113 343 2586