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Graduate Admissions

3 courses offered in the Faculty of Music

The MMus in Choral Studies is a ten-month course, with pathways in Choral Conducting, Vocal Performance and Organ Performance, combining training with study of the history and practice of choral music with placements within College chapel choirs.

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The MPhil in Music is a flexible programme with tracks in Music Studies and Composition. Areas of particular expertise include medieval and early modern music, 19th-century music, opera, ethnomusicology, performance studies and scientific approaches to music in addition to composition. Teaching is through supervisions and seminars and assessment is by coursework and a final thesis.

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Graduate research in the Faculty of Music is centred on individual scholarly activity in fields such as historical musicology, analysis, ethnomusicology, performance studies, music and science and composition. Doctoral students work in close contact with one or more leading researchers in their field as well as participating in programmes of skills training and colloquia; there are also opportunities to gain experience in teaching. The overwhelming majority of graduate students in the Faculty undertake research that is directly connected with the special research interests of members of the Faculty. Intending applicants are strongly advised to make contact with a prospective supervisor prior to making a formal application in order to discuss the feasibility of their proposed research.

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Department Members

Dr Martin Ennis Academic Staff: 16 Postdoctoral researchers: 12 Graduate Students: 60 Undergraduate
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  • 16 Academic Staff
  • 12 Postdoctoral Researchers
  • 60 Graduate Students
  • 200 Undergraduates

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