Musicology

Study information
Key facts
Degree
Master of Arts
Duration
4 Semesters
Credits/ECTS
120
Teaching language
German
Tuition fee
€ https://www.hfm-weimar.de/en/students/administration/fees.html
Semester contribution
None
Start of studies
Winter semester
Part-time possible
No
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Programme summary

The research-oriented Master of Arts in Musicology qualifies you for independent work in the fields of historic and systematic music studies. The Department of Musicology Weimar | Jena provides an unusually wide spectrum from the music of the Middle Ages to modern music of the 21st century, enriched by the fields of Transcultural Music Studies and the History of Jazz and Popular Music.

One half of the programme serves for the specialization in one of these profiles, whereas the other serves to deepen your knowledge in one of the core disciplines (history and systematics).

Special features

The Weimar-Jena model makes this master's programme the only one of its kind in Germany. The combination of a university and a school of music allows you to focus your study in the area of your choice, thus giving you access to a wide variety of career options. Thanks to various modules and the connection to interdisciplinary master's programmes at the FSU, you can create your own profile in a flexible manner.

Career opportunities

Graduates are qualified for positions in a wide range of fields, including research, radio and television, publishing, documentation, and cultural administration.

Admission requirements

Bachelor's degree or equivalent Show content

For this master's programme you need a subject-specific undergraduate degree (minimum 6 semesters/180 ECTS-Credits) or an equivalent degree.

The bachelor's final grade must be GOOD or higher (2.5 German and US systems).

language requirements Show content

For this master's programme the following language proficiencies are required:  

  • proficiency in two modern foreign languages (ideally English, French, Italian)
  • depending on the chosen specialization, additional language proficiency might be required
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Subject Advisor - Dr. Stefan Menzel
Hochschulzentrum am Horn, Room 210
Carl-Alexander-Platz 1
99425 Weimar
Phone
+49 3643 5-55284

Contact

Master Service Centre
Fürstengraben 1
07743 Jena
Phone
+49 3641 9-411555
Fax
+49 3641 9-411552
Office hours:
Until further notice we do not offer personal consultation. Consultation hours via phone have been adjusted as well.

Consultation hours by PHONE:

Tuesday 9-11 AM
Wednesday 9-11 AM
Thursday 9-11 AM
Postal address:
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Master Service Centre
07737 Jena
Central Academic Advisory Service
Fürstengraben 1
07743 Jena
Phone
+49 3641 9-31111
Fax
+49 3641 9-31122
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