Music & Music Technology at Keele University was established in 1973. Situated in the early 19th-century Clock House (a listed building in a scenic part of the campus) and the modern Lindsay Studios complex, our postgraduate courses provide advanced musical training while stimulating creativity, critical thinking, and the development of key professional skills. Our Staff of composers and songwriters, musicologists and performers includes specialists in classical music, jazz, rock and pop, film/TV scoring, and world music. Keeleâs undergraduate Music and Music Technology degree programmes are rated in the Top 10 for Overall Student Satisfaction in both the Guardian and Times 2011 university guides; in the most recent research assessment exercise, Music and Music Technology at Keele were the highest rated research group in the entire University.
Applications are invited for the following studentship in Music (2 awards):
- AHRC Masters in Music (Professional Preparation)
We are seeking applicants who wish to undertake an MRes in Music with a final project in Composition, Performance or Conducting.
See http://www.keele.ac.uk/music/research/ and individual staff profiles for fuller details.
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A full award includes tuition fees (at Home/EU levels) and a stipend. The full-time maintenance stipend level for Professional Preparation Masters Awards is Â£8,933 p.a.
Full details and application procedures can be found on the website by clicking the Apply link below.
Deadline for applications: 5pm, Friday 28 June 2013Â