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You’ll work on your own practice from the beginning of the programme. Core modules will allow you to complete different electronic and computer music exercises using a range of frameworks, and will introduce you to the development of electronic and computer music and the current state of the art form. Read more
Throughout the year you’ll take a combination of core modules that allow you to develop your skills as a musician and composer. You’ll develop your academic skills, including research and presentation skills, as well as studying the principles of composition and different professional contexts. Read more
This flexible course will allow you to expand your repertoire and hone your skills as a performer; whilst you can focus entirely upon performance-based modules if you prefer, there are also options in other areas of musical study should you wish to explore those. Read more
Music is a vital form of cultural expression that shapes and is shaped by society around it. This course allows you to study the theories, perspectives and approaches that have influenced the way we study music, regardless of your personal musical tastes and preferences. Read more
https://www.kent.ac.uk/locations/medway/. The MA in Music at the University of Kent gives you the opportunity to develop an area of specialism alongside rigorous training in key professional and academic skills. Read more
https://www.kent.ac.uk/locations/medway/. All our MA programmes are designed to provide knowledge and skills in practice-based research, as well as giving you experience of current research practices in various areas of critical and analytical thinking. Read more
https://www.kent.ac.uk/locations/medway/. The MA in Music Technology focuses on the use, development and implementation of technology within the wider musical context, exploring issues such as interactivity, audio programming, sound spatialisation and multimedia. Read more
Our School of Computing, Science and Engineering is home to a range of stimulating postgraduate courses and research programmes that explore engineering, acoustics, computing, and robotics.
The closing date (30th June 2019) is fast-approaching for M.Sc./M.Phil programmes offered by the School of Engineering at Trinity College Dublin. The following masters can be completed full-time for one year or two years part-time
The Faculty of Science and Engineering harbours a kaleidoscope of disciplines and research strengths. Our programmes in research and education range from nanomaterials and biomachinery to astronomy, from mathematics to pharmacy, from neurosciences to computer science, and from molecular and evolutionary biology to marine biology.