The Master's Degree in Music Performance provides post-graduate development and aims to reward the exceptional musician with a qualification of excellence and prestige.
We offer a range of specialist options to Masters students including composition, major thesis, sound recording techniques and music technology. This range of choice offers our students the opportunity to devote time to the subjects they consider most beneficial to their career development.
Proof of an acceptable level of prior academic writing via submitted paper(s) for approval by the Head of Musicianship
Shortlist of Dissertation topic options (at least 3 topics options) and a short description detailing the reasoning and direction of research angle for each one
English as a first language or minimum 90 points internet TOEFL score with written score of 21
ECDL certification or an "equivalent knowledge" exemption, established by a meeting with the course lecturer
An appropriate background at undergraduate level or otherwise demonstrated level of ability appropriate to the course demands
Prior track record in composing original works demonstrated by submission of composition portfolio of no fewer than three works
An appropriate background at undergraduate level in method and research skills of music theory or music analysis