Earning a graduate diploma typically takes less time than earning a bachelor’s or master’s degree. Diplomas require fewer courses and can be completed in a much shorter period of time. It sometimes takes less than a year to earn a diploma.
Music programs offer students the opportunity to pursue an array of subjects, from music theory to concert performance. Whether technically proficient or academically curious, music studies provide an engaging approach to a greater appreciation of the art.
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This pathway offers you progression to a postgraduate degree at one of the best universities in the UK to study music.
Prepare for direct entry to a range of postgraduate degrees in Business, Communication, Law, Media, Social Sciences and Transport at Newcastle University.
Develop your knowledge and skills through active learning in your chosen subject area.
Guaranteed university placement for all successful students.
Adapt to studying in the UK with a strong focus on study and research skills.
Improve your English level and develop the vocabulary for your chosen degree subject.
Key course facts
Course length: 3-4 Terms
Start dates: 2018: September; 2019: January, June, September; 2020: January, June
Fees: From £18,500
Class hours: 21 hours per week on average
Class size: 16
Award: Graduate Diploma of Higher Education (FHEQ Level 6) from Newcastle University.
Standard (3-term, 9-month programme)
Extended (Contains an additional term(s) of English language.)
Australian Academy Of Music And Performing Arts (AMPA)
The two-semester Graduate Diploma of Music, which is nested in the Masters programme, is designed to enhance the knowledge base, strengthen the performance skills, and re
The two-semester Graduate Diploma of Music, which is nested in the Masters programme, is designed to enhance the knowledge base, strengthen the performance skills, and reinforce the teaching and organisational abilities of persons who, having successfully completed an undergraduate degree or without qualifications, have achieved a high level of skills and recognition in the field of professional performance. The inclusion of the two graduate seminar units and elective units will be important for students choosing to move into the profession in the areas of performance, composition and songwriting, studio teaching, and music retail and distribution at the completion of this two Trimester programme. Should they choose to proceed into the Master's programme, these units will have prepared them for the successful completion of the units offered in the second year of that course....