Have you decided to apply to Conservatorium Maastricht? We applaud your choice. You have chosen a first-rate programme in an internationally oriented environment with plenty of opportunities to perform, the best teaching staff, a personal approach and the company of other motivated and talented students. The application process consists of an entrance examination/audition, as well as a number of practical steps you need to take. Please read the following information carefully and make a well-considered decision. For questions you can send an e-mail to email@example.com Click here
for an admission requirements overview (Bachelor of Music Classical & Bachelor of Music Jazz)
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***NEW TUITION FEE FOR 1st YEAR STUDENTS FROM THE EU
From 2018-2019 on, 1st year students will pay half of the annual statutory tuition fees.
For Music in Eduction students this applies for the first two years of their study.
More info here.
Having Maastricht University and Zuyd University of Applied Sciences in the same city makes it tempting to take up a second degree course or even a second main subject. We understand that all too well. We ask you to think carefully before doing this, however.
In practice it can be difficult to schedule all the different classes, so you miss quite a lot, and we know from experience that the workload is usually so high that one of your courses will suffer. It would be a shame if that happened. The workload of the degree programmes at Conservatorium Maastricht is at least 40 hours a week. In addition to our lessons, you need to spend time studying, working on projects with other students and performing, for example. These things are really important for the development of your musical talent.
If you still want to do a second degree or main subject, you will have to discuss this with us before the start of the academic year. In this case, please contact the Head of your department. The Jazz department is led by Sigrid Paans. Joachim Junghanss is in charge of the Classical Music department, and the Music in Education department is headed by Marc Rutten.