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View all MA Degrees in Music in Netherlands 2019/2020

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. A master's degree prepares students to lead or manage. A master's degree also prepares a person for a range of pursuits through specialized study of a field.

Studies in music offer an enriching experience in both the academic and technical pursuits of music. From music theory and history to performance and composition, music programs offer a diverse range of fields from which to study. 

Top Master of Art Programs in Music in Netherlands 2019/2020

4 Results in Music, Netherlands Filter

Music

Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
Campus Full-time 2 years Request Info Netherlands Groningen

The study route Classical Music is aimed at students who are ambitious, have a high level of playing, are curious and who want to work hard to become a top musician. Every year you take part in big projects such as the Hanze Symphony Orchestra, the string orchestra or any kind of ensemble.

Master in Applied Musicology

Utrecht University
Campus Full-time Part-time 1 year Request Info Netherlands Utrecht Middelburg + 2 more

The program Applied Musicology focuses on the musical infrastructure and offers the specific knowledge and skills required for a musicologist to operate successfully within an international musical practice.

Master in Musicology

Utrecht University
Campus Full-time 2 years Request Info Netherlands Utrecht Middelburg + 1 more

Our Research Master’s in Musicology will train you in advanced research while giving you academic insight into the theoretical and artistic principles underpinning music across history and cultures.

Master in Performing Public Space

Fontys University of Applied Sciences
Online & Campus Combined Full-time 12 months Request Info Netherlands Tilburg

Located in the heart of Tilburg, the Netherlands, Fontys University of Fine and Performing Arts is dedicated to the study and investigation of cultural developments of all kinds, and to understanding how they can produce meaningful change within our shared spaces.