MA Music - Full-time


En Lincoln (England)

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    Lincoln (England)

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MA Music embraces the diversity of music scholarship, combining historical, ethnographic, analytical, critical, and practice-based approaches.

The programme is designed to pave the way for professional work in the music industries, developing skills that will help in a variety of music-based careers such as writing, performing, composing, and teaching, or in further research.

Through taught and practical modules, students can develop methods and skills to be applied to their field of interest which may encompass ethnomusicology, musicology, composition, and performance.

Students have the opportunity to participate in a series of research and practice-based talks where scholars and practitioners are invited to share their work. Past events have included Tower Talks, Critical Encounters, and the annual music conference.

Información importante

¿Esta formación es para mi?: MA Music at Lincoln aims to provide a deeper understanding of a range of subjects, and advance skills that will help build a career in music. Potential roles include writers, performers, composers, and teachers.

A career in the arts varies from arts administration to management, venue operation, and more. The critical skills developed during a Master’s degree demonstrate a high level of competency to future employers in many fields, and students who complete the programme may also wish to pursue further postgraduate research up to doctoral level.

Requisitos: First or upper second class honours degree in a relevant subject or equivalent professional experience.

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  • Theatre
  • Composition
  • Project
  • Full Time
  • Music
  • Musical
  • Musicology
  • Workshop
  • Exercises
  • Ethnomusicology


How You Study

Students can work alongside colleagues specialising in different areas of music, including performance, composition, musicology, ethnomusicology, opera, musical theatre, musical instruments, and popular music. Taught modules will be offered through seminars, which can include tutor-delivered content followed by discussion, workshop activity, and exercises.

Contact hours on this programme vary depending on the module being delivered and the stage of study. Postgraduate level study involves a significant proportion of independent study, exploring the material covered in lectures and seminars. As a general guide, for every hour spent in class, students are expected to spend at least two to three hours in independent study. For more detailed information please contact the Programme Leader.

The final research project will be an extended period of independent study leading to a practice-as-research output (practice and short dissertation) or a dissertation.

Master's Level
  • Advanced (ethno)musicology (Core)
  • Collaborative Project (Core)
  • Final Project (Core)
  • Individual Project (Core)
  • Research and Fieldwork (Core)

Información adicional

Home/EU - £6,160
(including Alumni Scholarship 20% reduction )

International - £16,000
International - £14,000
(Including International Alumni / Global Postgraduate Scholarship £2,000 reduction)

MA Music - Full-time

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