Dear Prospective Student,
We are pleased that you are interested in studying at our college.
As of the Winter Semester 2008/2009, following European study reforms, we have established eight-semester Bachelor’s and four-semester Master’s degree courses of study and two study programmes for School Music.
Bachelor’s degree courses of study:
Church Music (with a concentration in an artistic core subject starting in the 5th semester), Conducting/Choir Direction, Instrumental Pedagogy (Organ, Harpsichord, Piano, Violin, Viola, Violoncello, Flute and Recorder), a concert subject (Organ, Harpsichord), Vocal Pedagogy
Master’s degree courses of study:
Church Music (with a concentration in an artistic core subject), Conducting/Choir Direction, a concert subject (Organ, Organ Improvisation, Harpsichord), Music Pedagogy with an artistic core subject (Organ, Organ Improvisation, Harpsichord, Piano and Voice), Music Theory/Church Music Composition, Gregorian Musicology and Liturgical Song
This course of study is based on instructional collaboration in artistic, scientific and practical mediation fields between the University and the College of Music. It can be pursued in a music/non-music subject combination (Gyv) or intensively in two music subjects (Gyd).
Young talents and guest auditors:
After successfully completing an aptitude test, young talents can be accepted on a permanent basis until they have received their school-leaving certificate. We allow guest auditors to take two semesters of private lessons in one subject and to participate in theoretical subjects upon completion of an assessment test.