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Masters Degrees in Jazz

We have 7 Masters Degrees in Jazz

Masters degrees in Jazz equip students with the skills to analyse, interpret and compose a variety of Jazz performances and genres.

Taught MA and MMus (Master of Music) programmes are typical for the field. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Music.

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Founded in 1997, this unique program prepares people to do research, publishing and teaching; they rely on the renowned Institute of Jazz Studies (IJS), the largest public access jazz library in the world. Read more
Jazz programmes are available as Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) and MA awards. - Advanced principal study tuition from professional musicians. Read more
Discover the First Management Degree for Active Performing Artists. In the 21st century, performing artists need to be both masters of their chosen craft and experts in the professional and business skills that today’s rapidly evolving global arts economy demands. Read more
Postgraduate study at. Leeds College of Music. offers you the opportunity to collaborate with leading composers, performers and producers as you develop your skills as a professional-level musician. Read more
We're proud to have been awarded The Queen's Anniversary Prize in 2015 for ‘world-leading work to promote, produce and present contemporary music to an international audience'. Read more
If you want to study advanced level music University of Aberdeen offers a wealth of genres, approaches and enrichment to your work, whether you compose, perform, teach, or do a combination of all three. Read more
The programme expects to attract entrants who have a background in the subject or a related subject area, acquired through previous study (a bachelor's degree with honours or equivalent) and entrants who have acquired experience through work or other means that enables staff responsible for admissions to be confident of the candidate's ability to succeed in the programme. . Read more

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