Master Music

Master Music

This two-year internationally-oriented Master's degree programme centres on your personal and specialist development. Alongside the demanding main subject studies, the research and entrepreneurship components offer both support and a challenge, enabling you to establish yourself in the world of music with your specific individual qualities. You can choose from Classical Music and Jazz. 

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  • Location Maastricht
  • Duration 2 years
  • Degree Master of Music
  • Freshmen 79
  • Language English
  • Student rating 7,6

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Highlights

About the Education

About the education

If you have completed a Bachelor of Music degree, you can take an entrance examination for the Master of Music programme, which will allow you to improve your career prospects and broaden your musical horizon.

Diploma
After graduating from this Master's degree programme, you will be awarded a Master of Music certificate. 

The teachers here help me find a new musical path. I feel good here. It’s a warm, friendly place where you can put forward ideas without being negatively judged. You can easily find channels for expression. Maastricht is the perfect location for students. It’s not very big but it’s still very international, with many students from all over the world. You get to know everybody in your field of music, and you are continually meeting new people.

Eliana Cruz from Colombia
student Jazz

Education and Examination Regulations

The education and examination regulations provide all the information you will need about the content of the study programme, the academic support provided, and the way in which examinations are organized. 

Tuition fees

As a degree-seeking student you will have to pay annual tuition fees. Students from the EU pay the statutory tuition fees, and non-EU students pay the institutional tuition fees. Normally speaking, these fees are waived for exchange students from partner universities.