Bachelor of Music Degree (BMus) - DN517
The Bachelor of Music (BMus) programme is a single major degree.
Students may transfer to the BMus after completing the first year of the BA, subject to entry requirements (below). Alternatively, following completion of the BA, students may add a fourth year to earn a BMus degree.
BMus Entry Routes:
There are two opportunities for students to enter the BMus degree programme after beginning with the BA:
Pathway 1: After completion of Stage 1, students may transfer subject to attaining a Stage-1 GPA of 3.2 or higher in Music (provided they would also progress to Stage 2 according to the general BA regulations). Please contact the School of Music Administrator at email@example.com for further information. The closing date for 2018 submission is 1st July and 1st Dec (for 2019).
Pathway 2: After completion of a BA degree, students may proceed to a fourth-year BMus programme subject to attaining a Stage 2-3 GPA of 3.2 or higher in Music. Please contact the School of Music Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. The closing date for 2018 is 31st August.
**Only under very special circumstances will the School consider transfers outside of these pathways.
See outline of requirements below for completing Music in the BMus.
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Students are expected to meet the academic demands of their chosen programme. However, they may experience a range of serious and unanticipated difficulties, which adversely affect their ability to study, complete assessments or attend their required classes and other learning activities.
It is important that you speak to your tutor/module coordinator as soon as possible and he/she will direct you to the School Office/Arts, Humanities and Scocial Sciences Programme Office. The extenuating circumstances application form and guidelines are available on the University Secretariat website.
Please ensure you provide an original medical certificate and any supporting documentation.
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