The Master of Music is not just two more years of professional music education. You will start the programme with a clear plan in mind. How do you want to spend these two years of study? Before you audition, you will hand in a personal development plan. This plan should support your personal qualities and interests, and indicate in what professional situation you can see yourself after two years of study. The programme is student-oriented. Admission is based on your audition and personal development plan.
This is a broad study programme. The Master of Music enables you to make choices within the set curriculum framework, based on your talent, entry level, motivation and learning questions.
You have a choice of three graduation profiles:
- performing with the emphasis on research
- or performing with the emphasis on education
Artistic-technical and professional development are at the centre of each graduation profile. You will also gain research skills and learn to set up and carry out practical research. In addition, you will work on your social positioning and communication skills.