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Master of Music (Musicology)
You must provide a statement of research interest and intent; and present a folio of academic writing. Musicology staff will then invite you to an interview to discuss your interest in musicology and your commitment to musical research. On the basis of the written work and the interview, the Conservatorium will assess your potential to undertake musical research at a basic professional level.
Doctor of Philosophy
As part of your application, you will need to present a 1500–2000 word research proposal, together with examples of academic writing. Musicology staff will then invite you to an interview to discuss your research interest and your preparation for musical research at the doctoral level.
Before submitting your application, you will need to make contact with an appropriate supervisor. For further information about the submission and interview requirements for musicology, you may contact the Associate Dean (Research Education), Associate Professor Kathleen Nelson.