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Music & Education

The Music & Education programmes are only accessible for students with a sufficient Dutch language proficiency level. More information can be found on the Dutch pages of our website.

Master in Music & Education

Instrument/Vocals, Composition, Conducting, Jazz/Popular music

The study load of the Master in Music & Education is 120 ECTS credits, this is the equivalent of a minimum of 1500 and a maximum of 1800 hours of educational and other study activities (study load), including the time required for the personal processing of the learning content.

In the Master in Music & Education you will be trained as a Teaching Artist: the training as an artist and teacher will be integrated. You will learn how to share your passion with a diverse audience and how you work with very specific target groups. This requires a great artistic baggage but also the right pedagogical skills.

You continue your Master's trajectory in Music and combine this with subjects such as teaching methodology, internships, project work and supporting courses. The educational master concludes with a master's thesis that consists of two parts: a master's thesis in your discipline and an art-educational project that you create yourself.

You can start this master's programme after obtaining your Bachelor's degree in Music.

Shortened trajectory master in Music & Education

Do you already have a masters in Music? Then you can follow the shortened trajectory of the Master in Music & Education of 60 credits.

The study load for this programme is 60 ECTS credits, this is the equivalent of a minimum of 1500 and a maximum of 1800 hours of educational and other study activities (study load), including the time required for the personal processing of the learning content. The abbreviated process Educational Master Music is therefore a full-time one-year programme (60 credits) but can also be followed part-time. One distinguishes a theoretical component (30 credits) and a practical component (30 credits).