Undergraduate and Graduate studies are carried out through the five year integrated undergraduate and graduate university study programmes.
Studies at the Academy of Music are organised around individual and group courses. Through its individual approach to teaching, the Academy of Music provides tutorial support for every student. Public concert performances and presentations of works are an integral part of the teaching process. The tutorial type of individual and artistic teaching is characterized by a high concentration of teaching content. Group classes in theoretical subjects take place in small or medium-sized groups, depending on the level and complexity of the course. Students and teachers are expected to participate actively and collaboratively in classes. Field work in musicology is organized around research in archives. Courses which require practical work take place at both general and music primary and secondary schools with Academy students’ attending and observing their teachers’ classes and conducting a class themselves.
Integrated undergraduate and graduate study of MUSIC PEDAGOGY
*All instrumentalist study, tracks share a joint study programme Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate studies for Instrumentalists
** Study programme is currently inactive (no students are enrolled)
Elective modules are a way to become acquainted with specific knowledge and skills. In addition to major subjects, individual or group classes, art projects are very useful and are of great importance to students as they prepare them for real life working situations in the profession that awaits them after their studies.
The List of Elective Modules:
Competences upon completion of studies
The competences of Academy of Music graduates relate to their ability to create, deliver and express their own artistic ideas, through knowledge of wide range of styles, and their abilities to collaborate with different artistic ensembles and ability to manage artistic-musical projects. Their records of employment on the labour market testify to a high level of attainment, as do their records of successfully continuing their studies at other institutions of higher education.