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PgCert in Music


Course Description

Birmingham Conservatoire's PgCert is the perfect alternative to an MMus if you're looking to just focus on perfecting your professional performance standard.

The PgCert is available in the following options:

Composition
Instrumental Performance
Jazz
Vocal Performance
Music Technology

For recent music graduates, the course offers an extra year of focused study in performance with our dedicated team of specialist tutors. For those who have worked in music for a few years, it presents an excellent chance to refresh and refocus performance skills in the light of career development plans. A negotiated programme of supporting activities allows students to configure their own learning experience to suit professional aspirations.

Visit the PgCert in Music page on the Birmingham City University website for more details!

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Scholarships - 10 Awards

There are a number of annual scholarships available to a select few students. The value and number of scholarships may change from year to year and they are based on the quantity and quality of the applications we receive. Applicants can ask for scholarship details at open days or at auditions. Decisions about scholarships are not made lightly and recipients will be notified in writing.

Value of Scholarship(s)

variable

Eligibility

Scholarships are based on musical ability, not on the financial situation of the individual.

Application Procedure

For details of specific scholarships please visit our website.

Further Information

http://www.conservatoire.bcu.ac.uk/applications/financial-aid



Entry Requirements

UK students should normally hold an honours degree, ideally but not necessarily in Music. Non-UK students should hold a Bachelor's degree or a similar degree-equivalent diploma, ideally but not necessarily in Music. Applicants will be required to audition. See our website for further details.

Course Fees

Please visit the course website for up to date tuition fees


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