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  1. City Study Abroad Programme
International students

Music

The Department of Music at City provides an opportunity to study music in a friendly and informal atmosphere and offers access to excellent facilities. There are two types of courses available for study abroad students, courses for non-specialists, and courses for students who are music majors/minors

The following courses are expected to be offered for Study Abroad students in 2018/19:

Courses for liberal arts or non-music specialists

Autumn/Fall semesterSpring semester
MU2999 Popular Music in BritainMU2999 Popular Music in Britain
MU2206 Music JournalismMU2148 Principles of Music Education
MU2109 Music BusinessMU2116 Popular Music Now
MU2106 Greek Music TraditionsMU3134 Music, Sound and the Environment
MU2122 Sound, Art and TechnocultureMU2205 Global Sounds - Introduction to the Musics of the World

Courses for music majors/minors

Autumn/Fall semesterSpring semester
MU2147 LiederMU2129 Music, Fascism, Communism
MU2204 Ensemble Performance 2AMU2204 Ensemble Performance 2A

Students would take two music ensembles, the list of possible ensembles changes every year but we expect the following to be available in 2018/19:

  • Chamber Choir
  • Jazz and Improvisation Ensemble
  • African Dance and Drumming
  • Experimental Ensemble
  • Civitas (choir)
  • Field Recording
  • Balkan
  • Javanese Gamelan
  • Balianese Gamelan
  • Chamber Orchestra (restricted to students who are available for January and May assessments)

For more information about music performance for Study Abroad please contact the Study Abroad Office

Course descriptions are for 2017/18 and are subject to change. If a course description is not shown please contact the Study Abroad Office for the most up-to-date version.

It is occasionally necessary to limit places on particular modules, and/or cancel modules due to lecturer availability, so we are unable to guarantee the running or availability of any modules.