Applying to postgraduate programmes in Music is done through the University's online application system.
Guidance on this process and on application, English language and visa requirements, as well as information on tuition fees and sources of funding, is provided via the links below.
The full list of postgraduate programmes (taught and research) in Music, as well as links to apply online, is available via the University's Degree Finder.
For your application you are required to provide the following, uploaded with your application:
Evidence that first degree was fully taught and examined in English may be required and this may not guarantee exclusion from proficiency requirements.
Further information can be found on the College’s Postgraduate admissions pages.
Please note that references for applications to Music must be on headed paper dated and hand signed, written within two years of the proposed start date.
Any email addresses used for referees on the application form must be their official institutional or business email addresses, no personal/web-based email addresses are permitted.
The EUCLID student user guide provides useful information on the online application system and filling out your application.
The Postgraduate Academic Admissions and Administration pages of the University of Edinburgh website will provide useful information when applying.
The International Office can provide information on whom to contact regarding visa queries.
Full information regarding fees, together with the most recent fee table, is available on the University's Scholarships and Student Funding Services website.
For advice on possible sources of funding you should contact the University's Scholarship and Financial Aid office.
If you are interested in accommodation in Edinburgh, information on self-catered and catered on-campus living is provided on the University's Accommodation Services, as well as useful local knowledge for those seeking privately-rented flats.
This article was published on Sep 4, 2013