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Application

This information concerns applications to the Master's programme in Organ and related keyboard instruments.

Application period

Application is open from December 1, 2017 until January 15, 2018. Apply via www.universityadmissions.se.

Entrance examinations (valid for 2018)

Auditions consists of 20 minutes of music chosen by you. You can choose to feature either interpretation or improvisation skills, or both. A short interview will be held after your audition.

If you are having difficulties attending the auditions at the Academy of Music and Drama, you can apply by sending a video recording. Information on how to submit your video recording will be published soon.

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Tuition fees
Applicants from countries within the EU as well as Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland will be admitted free of charge.
Applicants from other countries will be charged tuition fees.

If you have started your studies at a course or programme before 1 July 2011 you may complete that course or programme without having to pay any tuition fees.

Applicants from countries within the EU as well as Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland will be admitted free of charge.
Applicants from other countries will be charged tuition fees.

Contact Information

Christina Ekström

Programme Supervisor,

Course Information

Read the programme syllabus

Page Manager: Tobias Egle|Last update: 11/20/2017
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