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It is broad and inclusive in its coverage of research areas and provides rigorous training in qualitative and quantitative research techniques. This course allows you to use psychological methods and theory to interpret and understand musical behaviours, sounds and ideas. You will be introduced to advanced issues in music psychology such as music cognition, music education, music therapy and psychological approaches to performance. This will be taught by a group of expert academics who have published widely, and applied this research to projects beyond academia.
2:1 in music, psychology or a combined degree with a substantial music or psychology component.
Degrees in other related subjects may be acceptable depending on your background.
English language requirements:
Overall IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.
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The Julian Payne Scholarship is a tuition fee scholarship of £3000 available for Masters students commencing their studies in in 2018/2019 in the Department of Music.The Julian Payne scholarship is based on your academic achievement. To apply, please complete this application form, we will also review your academic application. The closing date is Wednesday 26th April 2019 at 17:00 GMT
Full-time, part-time, distance-learning, UK, EU and international Master of Arts (MA) students within the Department of Music.
Please note that the Julian Payne award cannot be combined with another award received from the University of Sheffield. Applicants who have been successful for multiple awards will be asked to choose which award they’ll accept.
Please note that you can only apply for this scholarship if you have submitted an application for your chosen Masters programme (https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/music/postgraduate We will judge your eligibility based on both this form and your online application.
Please ensure you have uploaded a transcript via the postgraduate application system (https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/postgradapplication/ If you have not completed your course yet please upload a transcript with your latest marks.
We have two scholarships worth £10,000 towards tuition fees for international students starting a Masters postgraduate taught degree in September 2020.
You must have received and accepted an offer to study a full-time Masters course in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities before 17:00 (UK time) on Friday 26 April 2019.
Your programme must commence at the University of Sheffield in September 2019.
This scholarship cannot be used for distance learning courses.
This scholarship cannot be used for Crossways courses and Erasmus Mundus courses.
For tuition fee purposes you must be self-funded and required to pay the overseas tuition fee.
You must not be a sponsored student.*
The University of Sheffield reserves the right to review and change scholarship provision
This is a competitive process and and not all applications will be successful. A panel of senior members of staff will select the strongest applications and will be looking for the following:
•Applicant has provided a clear rationale for applying for a course in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Sheffield.
•Applicant has clearly articulated future ambitions; these goals relate to the degree they have applied for and future research aspirations.
•Applicant has a strong academic profile.
Up to two postgraduate scholarships will also be awarded, including at least one to an eligible UK Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidate. In order to be eligible, a student must meet the criteria, and must be accepted on to one of the Department of Music’s postgraduate taught programmes: MA in Composition; MA in Musicology; MA in Music Management; MA in Music Performance Studies; MA in Psychology of Music; MA in Traditional and World Music (Distance Learning); and MA in Music Psychology in Education, Performance and Wellbeing (Distance Learning). Each successful applicant will receive £10,000 in the academic year 2020-21; they can then choose to put the scholarship amount towards fees or living expenses.
The Department of Music at the University of Sheffield is delighted to announce the establishment of the Mary Lill Scholarships for students entering in academic year 2020-21. These scholarships are funded through the generous bequest of Mary Lill, an alumna of the university (1953-1957) who retained a life-long love of music. They are intended to support aspiring music students who meet widening participation criteria, including those who come from low-participation backgrounds. Through these scholarships, the Department aims to further enhance the diversity of our own student body, but also the next generation of performers, educators, scholars, and music industry professionals.
These scholarships will be administered through the Sheffield Postgraduate Scholarships system.
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