Master of Ethnomusicology
Discover the beauty of Folklore, learn about the history, the tradition and the culture entangled in it.

Master of Ethnomusicology

go to a list of Masters programmes in Ethnomusicology

Overview of the Masters degree course

The Masters in Ethnomusicology teaches you about the music history of a specific local area. Folklore combines traditional and cultural music. Therefore, this postgraduate programme includes theoretical, practical, and cultural aspects about folklore songs. You will have practical singing and making music lessons in a group and solo, where you can practice your own talent.

Usually, the Master of Ethnomusicology is specialised on the typical folklore music that belongs to the university’s location of origin. Your chosen university will therefore determine what type of folklore music you will focus on.

Entry requirements to the Master of Ethnomusicology

In order to successfully apply for a Master of Ethnomusicology you need to hold a Bachelors degree in music, cultural studies or the fine arts. Usually, universities do not demand from you to have completed a music degree. Any subject that is related to Ethnomusicology and cultural art traditions will suffice. However, the application procedures may vary at different universities.

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These universities offer a Master of Ethnomusicology:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   MA Popular Music Practice     BIMM Institute
  Ethnomusicology   comprehensive profile   University of Limerick
  Musicology   comprehensive profile   University College Dublin
  Arts of Asia and Africa     SOAS, University of London
  Music     University of York
  Music Performance     University of Chichester
  Music - including composition and performance (MPhil)     Bangor University
  Pathways: Musicology, Composition, Performance     University of Hull
  Composition     Cardiff University
  Music (Research)     University of Bristol
  Music     University of West London
  Music: Musicology     University of Birmingham
  Musicology     Anglia Ruskin University
  Early Music     Bangor University
  Critical and Applied Musicology     University of Leeds
  Sound and Music Computing with Industrial Experience     Queen Mary University of London
  Musicology     University of Sheffield
  Music in Development     SOAS, University of London
  Performance     Bangor University
  Arts Administration and Cultural Policy: Music Pathway     Goldsmiths, University of London
  Composition/Electroacoustic Composition/Sonic Art     Bangor University
  Dance Philosophy and History     University of Roehampton
  Musicology     Durham University
  Music     University of Liverpool
  Sacred Music     Liverpool Hope University
  Musicology     University of Glasgow
  Performance     University of Leeds
  Ethnomusicology     SOAS, University of London
  Traditional Music of the British Isles     University of Sheffield
  Music Industry Studies     University of Liverpool
  The Beatles, Popular Music & Society     Liverpool Hope University
  Psychology for Musicians     University of Sheffield
  Ethnomusicology     University of Sheffield
  Music     Cardiff University
  Music     Newcastle University
  Composition     Bath Spa University
  World Music Studies     University of Sheffield
  Dance Politics and Sociology     University of Roehampton
  Musicology     University of Birmingham
  Music     SOAS, University of London
  ...     ...


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