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The education at KMH is organised in three cykles, in line with the Bologna agreement for higher educaction in Europe:
The Graduate Programmes lead to an M.A. in Music, or an M.A in Music Education.
There are also one or two-year Advanced Postgraduate pro- grammes, normally intended to be taken after a M.A. in Music.
From 2007 on, KMH will consequently be using the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), in which one term of full time studies counts as 30 ECTS credits (Swedish abbreviation: hp)
Two Masters programmes – the Nordic Master in Folk Music and the Nordic Master in Jazz – are offered only in English. Otherwise, the official language within KMH is Swedish.
For guest- and exchange students, the instructions in the individual lessons can be given in English. In these cases a very good command of English language is required and foreign students must prove knowledge in English together with the application.
For all teachers training programmes, a very good command of the Swedish language is required - also for exchange and guest students.
Updated: 2013-01-07 | Claes Nordling