The Department of Music at City University London is internationally renowned as a centre of research and teaching excellence in composition (acoustic and electroacoustic), musicology, ethnomusicology, performance, and music technology, receiving the highest possible rating in the UK Research Assessment Exercise 2001 (5*).
The Overseas Scholarships in Music: 4 awards; £4,000 each.
These scholarships are open to full-time overseas research students (UK/EU students are ineligible) who begin an MPhil-PhD in Music.
The award comprises a £4,000 contribution to overseas tuition fees, renewable for a further 2 years dependent on progress.
Overseas students who wish to study for an MMA-DMA degree (joint with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama) are eligible for an award of £2,000. Applications will be assessed according to the following criteria:
- Level of achievement at Undergraduate and Master’s degrees
- Markers of esteem such as prizes for outstanding work or a publication list, or major performance engagements
- Research excellence or demonstrable research potential.
You must complete the application procedure for a research degree in the normal way and, once submitted, must email the Research Administrator at the School of Arts, Amber Burrow-Goldhahn of your intention to be considered for an Overseas Scholarship in Music.
NB: All students eligible for an Overseas Scholarship in Music are also eligible for the following:
- University Research Studentships
- City Overseas Student Awards.
For more information and application go to: