This programme offers students the opportunity to explore a wide variety of research and composition fields including Irish Music, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Opera, Performance, Words and Music, Set Works, and Portfolio.
All students take a compulsory Research Methods module and a double module (Dissertation, Edition and Commentary or Portfolio) giving students the opportunity to conduct research or composition at a professional level.
The programme also features compulsory modules in the critical analysis of the work of twentieth century and contemporary composers, providing a thorough experience and understanding of the contemporary compositional idiom. There is also a wide range of optional modules.
The School of Music and Sonic Arts has made available four bursaries valued at £3,400 each for MA programmes available in Music and Sonic Arts.
Value of Scholarship(s)
All MA applicants who apply before the deadline of 15th April 2011 will be considered for these awards.
All MA applicants who apply before the deadline of 15th April 2011 will be considered for these awards. Applicants are also encouraged to explore other funding opportunities including local funding bodies. The allocation of these awards will be decided in June 2011 in a process separate to the academic application to MA programmes in the School.