A rigorously demanding programme, the M.Mus degree offers an opportunity to develop musicianship in a range of subject areas to a very high level. The Music Department consists of a community of more than 600 students from foundation to doctorate level, dedicated to creating and recreating music; all are able to contribute to the musical life of the University, the city of Canterbury and the wider community in the south east of England. The degree is offered either as a one year full-time, or two/three year part-time programme.
There is also a highly specialised pathway in Saxophone performance available within the Master of Music programme.
The Larissa Lovelock Memorial Scholarship is available to outstanding graduates of Canterbury Christ Church University who have proceeded to postgraduate study.
The Canterbury Festival Composition prize is a cash award, available through open competition to students of composition in the Department.
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