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You will require a good first degree in Music, or equivalent.
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Working closely with a supervisor, you will undertake a number of projects in your chosen area of research, leading to a substantial thesis on an aspect of musicology.
You will have the opportunity to present research papers on your work as part of the College's Research Forum and you will be encouraged to submit a paper to be considered for inclusion in one of the College's conference events. Postgraduate musicologists undertake seminars in research methodologies and interdisciplinary studies in support of their chosen pathway.
All students take a core module in critical evaluation at the beginning of the course, which is followed by pathway-specific critical support seminars. Specialist seminars provide students with a variety of opportunities to draw on the expertise of Leeds College of Music staff. Indicative seminars include black music in Britain and electro-acoustic composition.