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About the Programme Description
1-3 Title/Language/Degree
4 Educational aims
5 Learning outcomes
6 Study programme
7 Subject area description
8 Joint Intensive Course
9 Tutor
10 Admission
 

10 Admission

10 Admission
Application deadlines

Trondheim Dec 15 Copenhagen March 1
Amsterdam March 15 Berlin October 15–November 14
Paris May 30

10.1 Joint admission criteria

Academic qualifications: Applicants must hold a Bachelor of Music degree or have equivalent qualifications (according to national regulations)
Demonstrate artistic, musical and instrumental skills at a level, sufficient to commence the EUJAM studies
Demonstrate an ability to create, realise and express own artistic concepts at a level sufficient to commence the EUJAM studies;
Demonstrate ability to make well-argued individual, artistic decisions at a level, sufficient to commence the EUJAM studies
Demonstrate skills in conceiving, planning, realising and evaluating own artistic projects at a level, sufficient to commence the EUJAM studies
Demonstrate English language skills at a level, sufficient to commence the EUJAM studies

10.2 Joint admission requirements 3)

Bachelor degree or certificate documenting that the applicant is expected to obtain the Bachelor degree before commencing the EUJAM or documentation showing that the applicant has obtained qualifications equivalent to a Bachelor degree (if applicable to national legislation)
Written application, including motivation for entering the programme
Digital documentation (10-15 minutes) of an artistic project for which the applicant has been totally/mainly responsible. The project will be subject for the follow up interview with the local admission board regarding the justification of the chosen subject, statement of the applicants artistic and professional considerations in relation to the project and the applicants own evaluation of the process and the outcome of the project

Institutions can define additional requirements according to local procedures.

10.3 Audition 4)
The audition must include:

A musical performance
An interview about the applicants written application and the digitally documented project

10.4 Application procedure

Applicants can apply for one home institution only
Applicants must apply according to local deadlines (see below)
The students will be equally distributed across the partner institutions throughout the duration of the programme
Applicants can express their wish for specific exchange institutions in their application. The admission committee will try to accommodate (but can not guarantee) the applicants wishes
The final decision about each students combination of exchange institutions will be made at the end of June

10.5 Application deadlines:
Trondheim Dec 15
Copenhagen March 1
Amsterdam March 15
Berlin October 15–November 14
Paris May 30
3) Application documents must be submitted in English.
4) Auditions are normally conducted in English





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