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University Of Auckland School Of Music

Auckland

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Course: BACHELOR OF MUSIC and CONJOINT DEGREES (BMus, BA/BMus, BCom/BMus, BDes/BMus, BGlobalSt/BMus, BMus/BSc, LLB/BMus, BEng/BMus)

Duration: Three years (four to five years for conjoint degree programmes)
Commences: 2 March 2020

Entry criteria: Entry criteria for the BMus programme varies depending on your prior qualifications and experience, and preferred area of study. For more information, visit auckland.ac.nz/bmus

Emphasis: The Bachelor of Music offers five specialisations suited to students’ abilities and areas of interest: Creative Practice: Classical, Creative Practice: Composition, Creative Practice: Jazz, Creative Practice: Popular Music and Music Studies.  Learn more at music.auckland.ac.nz

Qualification: Bachelor of Music degree

Career prospects: As a graduate you’ll have the skills and expertise to pursue a range of career opportunities in New Zealand and overseas. Building a career onstage is a common goal, but the music industry runs on more than performers and composers. A valuable collective of people keep the industry moving, including writers, managers, producers and educators.

Facilities: School of Music buildings at 6 Symonds St, 23 Wynyard St, 18 Waterloo Quadrant and 74 Shortland St. 155-seat concert hall, large recording/performance studio, eight lecture/teaching rooms, practice rooms, two electronic studios, keyboard laboratory, computer lab and teaching studios.

Tutors: Refer to music.auckland.ac.nz

Fees: Refer to auckland.ac.nz/fees

Applications close: 8 December 2019. Late applications will be accepted if places are available.

 

 

Courses: POSTGRADUATE DEGREES

Research programmes: Master of Music (MMus), Doctor of Music (DMus), Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Taught programmes: Bachelor of Music (Honours) (BMus[Hons]), Postgraduate Diploma in Music (PGDipMus), Graduate Diploma in Music (GradDipMus)

Duration: 1-3 years depending on degree with part-time options also available.
Courses start: Varies depending on degree.
Entry criteria: On application.

Emphasis: The School of Music offers seven postgraduate programmes in music and music-related disciplines. Postgraduate students come from a variety of backgrounds, with diverse interests and reasons for undertaking postgraduate study. However, they all share a common goal: to develop their musical expertise and understanding to a higher level through advanced practice and research. Study options are available in a wide range of musical subjects, including classical performance, jazz performance, popular music, composition, sonic art, musicology, music education, studio pedagogy and ethno-musicology.

Career prospects: In addition to the career prospects listed in the Bachelor of Music degree, postgraduate alumni can also become tertiary teachers and researchers.

Facilities: School of Music buildings at 6 Symonds St, 23 Wynyard St, 18 Waterloo Quadrant and 74 Shortland St. 155-seat concert hall, large recording/performance studio, eight lecture/teaching rooms, practice rooms, two electronic studios, keyboard laboratory, computer lab and teaching studios.

Tutors: Many have made significant contributions to national and international research and have received worldwide recognition. A full list of current staff, along with their research interests can be found at music.auckland.ac.nz

Cost: Refer to auckland.ac.nz/fees

Applications close: 8 December 2019 (MMus, BMus[Hons], PGDipMus, GradDipMus).
Any time during the year (DMus, DMA, PhD).

Contact: Creative Arts and Industries Student Centre as above.

 

Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries 

Contact: Creative Arts and Industries Student Centre

Phone: 0800 61 62 63

Email: info-creative@auckland.ac.nz

Address: Level 2, Building 421 (Architecture & Planning Building), 26 Symonds St, Auckland.

Website: music.auckland.ac.nz

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