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Master of Music Leadership Info Session

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Date:

March 2

Time:

08:00 pm - 09:00 pm

Event Tags:

asia, masters, music, music leadership, nus, singapore

Organizer

NUS

The National University of Singapore (NUS) Master of Music Leadership (MMusL), is offered by the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (YST).

The MMusL is a graduate degree programme designed to support musicians who want to advance their skills and be leaders of change within the rapidly evolving musical landscape in Singapore and around the world.

The programme adopts a multidimensional approach to increase students’ understanding of the musical ecosystem, diversify their skillsets, and promote critical thinking. Flexibility is also integrated into the curriculum, in order to help each student to develop along their unique artistic trajectory.

The MMusL curriculum places an emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation, aimed at equipping graduates to keep pace with the changes wrought by rapid technological development, digitalisation of the music profession, and societal need for cross-domain competencies and collaboration. Graduates will emerge with an increased versatility that will allow them to adapt more quickly and effectively in their current and future career paths.

• Cultivate leadership and music entrepreneurial skills within a learning environment that keeps abreast of and contributes to the evolution of the musical landscape.

• Attain excellence in individual practice to enhance artistic vision and credibility with the support of a well-established yet constantly innovating institution.

• Be empowered as a future leader of the music industry, with critical thinking skills within and across disciplines, diversified knowledge and skillsets, and access to various world-class faculties within NUS.

Applications for the August 2022 Intake of the Master of Music Leadership postgraduate degree programme will be open from 28 February 2022 to 31 March 2022.

 

We invite you to find out more by making an appointment to speak with an NUS Representative below.