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Master's programmes

Master's programmes are intended for applicants who have a BA or the equivalent comprising at least 180 higher education credits or some other qualification from an academy of music, drama or opera. On completion of the Master's programme you can apply to go on to study at research level.

We offer Master's programmes in

Acting - given in Swedish
(last application date: 15 Jan 2018)

Contemporary Performative Arts - given in English
(last application date: 15 Jan 2018)

Music - Composition - given in English
(last application date: 15 Jan 2018)

Music - Improvisation - given in English
(last application date: 15 Jan 2018)

Music - Folk/world music interpretation - given in English
(last application date: 15 Jan 2018)

Music - Symphonic orchestra performance - given in English
(last application date: 15 Oct 2017 for spring semester 2018; 15 Jan 2018 for autumn semester 2018)

Music - Organ with related keyboard instruments - given in English
(last application date: 15 Jan 2018)

Music drama - given in English
(last application date: 15 Jan 2018)

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 are a registered student at a Swedish university or University College at the time you submit your application, you won't have to pay any application fee.

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.

Contact Information

Academy Office

P O Box 210, SE 405 30 Göteborg Sweden

Visiting Address:
Fågelsången 1

Phone:
+46 31 786 4020

Fax:
031-786 4030

Incoming students

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Page Manager: Tobias Egle|Last update: 9/22/2017
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