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The Master of Music in Music History at West Chester University has been designed to serve a diverse student population, from those with specific research interests to those simply seeking greater exposure to music history and literature for educational purposes. Read more
The MA in Music (Contemporary Music Studies) examines aspects of methodology, repertoire studies and cultural theory within a wide-ranging programme of investigation into the role of contemporary music in the society for which it is created. Read more
Are you fascinated in early music - not just the music of a particular period, but also the approach to performing and thinking about music?. Read more
British Music Studies is a fast-growing research field in today’s musicology. Read more
Do you love music? University of Aberdeen offers a wealth of musical genres, approaches and the practice of your art allows enrichment to your work, whether you compose, perform, teach, or do a combination of all three. Read more
This programme builds on one of the department’s newest areas for research and teaching. Uniquely, it focuses on popular music in global, diasporic, transnational, and linguistically diverse forms, reflecting emerging trends in popular music scholarship. Read more
The University of Glasgow is ranked in the world’s top 50 for English Literature & Language. Our Postgraduate taught degrees are taught one-year full-time (two-years part-time), and start in September.
A range of courses developed with public sector organisations within the education, teaching, business, health, law and psychology spheres.
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 University of Glasgow is ranked in the world’s top 100 for Arts & Humanities. Our Postgraduate taught degrees are taught one-year full-time (two-years part-time), and start in September