For the second year running the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012/2013, rated the University 11th in the world for the humanities, 4th in the UK and Europe.
Course options for students on taught masters in Music.
A broad-based foundation in musical acoustics, digital signal processing and audio technology.
A wide range of compositional styles and challenges with technical and historical specialisations.
All about composing music and sound for the screen.
From computer music techniques to individually focussed artistic development.
Will be attractive to advanced performers on early keyboard instruments.
Develop connections between community and social concerns, as part of a fresh and relatively young discipline.
Draws on EUCHMI to focus on aspects of design, usage, and repertoire.
Further your interest in the many aspects of contemporary and historical musicology.
Opens up a developing area of both academic and private interest in technology and innovation.
This article was published on May 9, 2013