Through its focus on musical infrastructure, the Applied Musicology Master's programme in Utrecht will equip you with the specific knowledge and skills required to operate as a musicologist within the international musical industry.
Learn to apply academic musicological skills
Our Master's programme in Applied Musicology utilizes reflective training in both current and innovative approaches in musicology, through which you will learn to apply academic musicological skills to the day-to-day challenges in a musical life.
The programme was designed in direct dialogue with top institutions within the musical infrastructure in the Netherlands and beyond; it does not discriminate between classical and popular music. The curriculum builds on knowledge and skills gained through a Bachelor's in Musicology, with emphasis on both historical musicology and the relation of music with other media.
Why this programme in Utrecht?
Utrecht University's Musicology programmes have a long-standing international reputation for excellence. They attract a diverse community of students with a Bachelor's in Musicology background, as well as other culture historical profiles, and also students trained at conservatories. This pluriformity is welcomed and enriches classroom training by providing students with an international perspective during their studies.
Through the expertise of UU's instructors and an extensive network of alumni programme consultants, the programme is firmly rooted in musical infrastructure. Guest lectures from key figures are regularly scheduled. In addition, internships with leading institutions (concert halls, ensembles, agents, media, etc.) are part of the programme.
Academy for Musicology and Musicianship Utrecht
Utrecht University and the HKU Utrechts Conservatorium present a unique combined MA study programme: Academy for Musicology and Musicianship Utrecht (AMMU). It offers musicologists a chance to include their own musical practice in their studies as well as to collaborate closely with other musicians in preparation of their professional life.
- Arts & Culture
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- Mode of study:
- Full-time, Part-time
- Study duration:
- 1 year, 2 years (part-time)
- Tuition fees:
- Dutch and other EU/EEA students (statutory fee, full-time) 2023-2024: € 2,314
Non-EU/EEA students (institutional fee) 2023-2024: € 18,332
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