Application is by project proposal and evidence that you are prepared to successfully complete this project.
Your proposal must provide a suitable basis either for a written submission of 25,000 words, or creative and/or professional practice plus a contextual essay of at least 12,500 words. Your proposal should be 500 words maximum and accompanied by a recent sample of critical writing (maximum 3,000 words), which may be from a previous course.
Proposals for research that is practice-led must be accompanied by a DVD, portfolio of work or links to online documentation that indicate your readiness to pursue the project. It should take the admissions team no longer than 30 minutes to view all the visual material that you provide. These will be used to determine both your aptitude for the programme and the suitability of your proposed project, as well as the availability of an appropriate supervisor. We will also consider the ability of the department to support your research project with resources appropriate to your needs.
Please attach your project proposal and sample of critical writing to your application,along with a brief statement explaining why you have chosen this course. All applicants will be interviewed, either in person or by Skype/telephone, prior to being accepted onto the ResM Computer Music programme.
Questions on the application process?
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More information and advice for applicants can be referenced in our admissions policy which can be found on the student regulations, policies and procedures
page. Prospective students are advised to read the policy before making an application to the University.
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