The Bachelor of Music course consists of a propaedeutic year (first academic year) and a main phase (second, third and fourth academic years). The propaedeutic year has an introductory nature, and may lead to students being advised not to continue their conservatory study. The propaedeutic examination concludes the first year of study. During the main phase (second-fourth year) the required subjects are evaluated annually by means of in between exams. The learning track is determined in close consultation with the principal subject teacher. A bachelor’s diploma in music will be conferred on candidates who have successfully completed the vocal/instrumental principal study programmes. This also applies to the principal subjects of conducting and composition.
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Graduation certificate from an institution of secondary education a recognised equivalent of a Dutch VWO or HAVO certificate and entrance exam:
1) Practical part
Aptitude and suitability are tested with reference to the principal study. Candidates perform a programme of approximately 20 minutes' duration. For full details of the entrance requirements for each principal study, please see the principal subject of your choice on this page.
2) Theoretical part
The theoretical part consists of the components ear training and general music theory. Click here for more information on the theoretical part.
During the entrance examination candidates will be tested for level of repertoire, technical skills, artistic abilities, development possibilities, ear tests and musical hearing.
The reduced statutory fee (for first year EU students and second year art teacher students) is €1,157.
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