The composition program is a broad academic program that teaches artistic, practical, academic, and teaching skills in the fields of composition and music theory. In addition to classical syntax, the program also encompasses the acquisition of music analysis, compositional style analysis and music history, the methodology and didactics of composition, artistic, practical use of modern notation and production software, and the planning and organization of one’s own productions and performance projects. The goal of this program is to provide students with a thorough, creative and re-creative analysis of music’s aesthetic diversity in the past and present.
The entrance examination consists of the following parts:
Detailed information can be found in the Entrance Examination Regulations, particularly in section 5: Content Requirements and Examination Format.
The degree program is divided into a basic program (first and second year) comprising a large number of obligatory modules and the advanced program (third and fourth year) which consists of different courses for different specializations.
The degree map comprises 7 main modules and an 8th module that students use to declare their specialization: