Bachelor Short Track (DMi)
This study programme will not be available for the academic year 2023-2024.
At this moment, we are investigating possibilities for a restart. Please keep an eye on this page for updates.
Have you completed an instrumental or vocal study (Bachelor of Music)? Are you pedagogically and didactically competent and/or do you work as a music teacher? Then the two-year Music in Education programme is the next step.
This programme trains you to become a qualified music teacher for the entire (educational) professional field and allows you to use your own musical skills in a broader musical context. After completing your education, you will be a Bachelor of Music in Education.
Programme and courses
The programme for this study is a challenging compilation of the four-year programme of the regular Music in Education programme. Depending on experience and background, you can be exempted from certain courses and you can choose from different subjects. The training is therefore tailored to your personal situation. Education takes place both online and in person. If you do not receive any exemptions, you will have two days of contact education on Thursday and Friday, excluding internship/work and self-study.
The range of courses consists of:
- Pedagogy and psychology
- Cultural and artistic education
- Educational instrumental skills: chord accompaniment, singing, choir (conducting) and ensemble playing.
- Internship or work trajectory in a relevant art education environment (education or art education)
An intake assessment is necessary to gain insight into your development opportunities and possible exemptions. This takes place on the regular admission dates in spring. This programme is a government-funded programme. You (or your employer) will pay the usual tuition fees and additional study costs for readers, additional learning materials, etc.