Composition – Electroacoustic Music

KMH is world-leading in educating composers within the electroacoustic field. The Bachelor's Programme gives you many opportunities to get your music performed by established musicians and ensembles.

  • Teaching form:

    Bachelor programme

  • Department:

    Composition, conducting and music theory

  • Pace of study:

    Full time

  • Credits:


  • Admissions:

    1 December 2023 – 15 January 2024

  • Application Code:


KMH has a national remit to educate composers in the Electroacoustic Music profile at graduate level and has some of the world’s best-equipped studios for electroacoustic music, affording great opportunities of working professionally, e.g. with electroacoustic and computer-based music, film and multi-channel mixing.

Please note that a good knowledge of the Swedish language is required for this programme.

Read more about general entry requirements

Programme Content

A main focus in the programme is composition studies together with ear training, form analysis, instrumentation, score playing, harmony and counterpoint, plus elective courses.

In addition, advanced courses of programming, digital signal processing and algorithmic composition are offered on a regular basis.