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General Description
Brief History
B.U.Ü. The State Conservatory was established in 1998 and the education which started in the preparatory units (primary and high school level) opened in 1999 and 2001, continued with undergraduate programs in the Department of Music in 2003. In 2001 the Graduate School of Social Sciences Music String Instruments Branch Piano and Composition Branch in 2003 and Winds and Percussion Branch Master´s Programs were opened and put into practice in 2018.
Qualification Awarded
The master program for Wind Instruments and Percussion at the Conservatory Music Department is under the system of second cycle with its 120 ECTS. When the program qualifications are attained for the whole program a master degree is gained in Music (Winds and Percussion).
Level of Qualification
Second Cycle
Specific Admission Requirements
The graduates of State Conservatory and Music and Stage Arts Faculty of te related brances are allowed to apply to this programme provided that his diploma degree. The candidates artistic performance and background scores must also be at least 70 in the entrance exam. (ALES certificate is not an obligation.) However they must be proficient in foreign language (at least 50 points for UÜDS or YDS or the equivalent points at the international language examinations accepted by OSYM). A TÖMER certificate for Turkish language is required for the acceptance of foreign students (except the one’s who studied at a school in Turkey).
Specific arrangements for the recognition of prior learning
The provisions in “Regulation on Transfer among Associate and Undergraduate Degree Programs, Double Major, and Subspecialty and the Principals of Credit Transfer among Institutions in Higher Education Institutions” are applied.
Qualification Requirements and Regulations
To get a master degree at the Music Department (Wind Instruments and Percussion) the student has to complete all the obligatory, elective courses and seminars successfully with 27 credit (53 ECTS) and has to get 70 points over 100 for all of the courses. The students who present the performance program and the written work succesfully in front of a jury selected are given the Master diploma of Music (Winds and Percussion)at the end of the program.
Profile of The Programme
The aim of Music Department Wind Instruments and Percussion master program is to provide progressive artists having the qualities of creativeness and being good performers, accepted at national and international level and being able to use the acquired knowledge and skills gained at undergraduate level of one’s own major (violin, viola, violoncello, doublebass) at the master level.
Key Learning Outcomes & Classified & Comparative
1. To attain a basic cumulative knowledge related to the culture and aesthetic of music required by the master program
2. To understand the interrelation among different disciplines related to music
3. To improve the attained knowledge with a criticizing and researching approach
4. To present the studies prepared based on the attained knowledge and skills relating them to theory and practice
5. To gain the ability of interpreting and improving the upper level techniques attained individually in one’s own wind or percussion instrument.
6. To develop a technique, aesthetic and philosophical view on performing musical pieces
7. To present the attained acquirements of one’s own wind or percussion instrument in national and international facilities.
8. To prepare and present original performing works of one’s own wind or percussion instrument and to organize them.
9. To follow the facilities related to music and improve the ability of interpretation in a questioning way and coordinating them
10. To explain the studies having been made and to express opinion in an effective way at the debates related to music
11. To participate in the comittees of national and international projects related to music
12. To be able to communicate in a foreign language verbally and written, in order to follow the international literature and facilities related to music
Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples
The graduates can work at the institutions such as soloists, symphony or opera orchestra members, as soloist at home or abroad depending on the performance level at one’s own instrument as well as being able to work as a teaching staff at various universities providing music or performing arts education.
Access to Further Studies
The candidates who have completed the master degree at the required level and have the necessary performance ability in one’s own string major as well as being proficient at a foreign language can continue their education at doctor of musical art (proficiency in art) programs.
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
Every student has to register for the courses at the begining of each semester and has to attend at least %70 of the theoretical lessons and %80 of the practice lessons in order to be able to take the final examinations of the term. They have to take at least one final examination. The examinations are graded over 100 points. The final examination at the obligatory courses of the semester where the student has to perform in his/her own instrument is held by a comittee of at least 3 academicians. He/she has to get minimum 70 so as to be succesfull for all of the courses and AA, BA, BB, CB, CC letter grades are considered as successful for each of the courses.
Graduation Requirements
The candidates must pass all the lessons present two seminars and complete the thesis succesfully to graduate from the program (120 ECTS).
Mode of Study
Address and Contact Details
Bursa Uludağ Üniversitesi Devlet Konservatuvarı Görükle Yerleşkesi Nilüfer-BURSA
Tel: 0 224 294 27 00 - 0530 827 82 07
e-posta: konsogis@uludag.edu.tr -
At the program of Wind Instruments and Percussion of the Music Department, the students are trained mostly by experienced well known artists (tutors) and the students are provided with the opportunity to make use of their experiences and archives. The Conservatory library which is rich enough can be referred to as a resource for scores of pieces to be played and to make research, as well.
The students have the chance to give concerts not only with the Conservatory Academic Orchestra or recitals personally, but also attend other national or international facilities organized by the Conservatory. It is also a good opportunity for especially those students to be able to play with the Bursa State Symphony Orchestra as part time or full time artists.
The Conservatory building provides various opportunities to progress in the quality of education. The financial support of our university for this building and the interior design is a significant advantage of this program.
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