|Study location||Italy, Cremona|
|Nominal duration||3 anni (180 ECTS)|
|Tuition fee||€3,500.00 per year
Tuition fee for non-EU students who enter Italy with a study visa is based on flat rate and depends on the citizenship.
High school / secondary education (or higher)
High-school diploma awarded after at least 12 years of documented education.
Terms and conditions to access to the Degree Course in Musicologia are indicated in the annual ANNOUNCEMENT to the Course.
For further information please contact the “Welcome Point”: a1700.gastonecrm.it/frontend/index.php?F=Itbb1t3
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: Italian.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
If you are a non European student residing abroad, you need to do a pre-enrollment via Italian Consulate and start the visa procedures. The official admission at the University of Pavia will be possible only after you will have done this pre-enrollment. Please get in contact with the Italian authority in your country as soon as possible (deadline 24 July).
Non-eu students residing abroad who would like to enroll in a study course completely taught in Italian, have to prove their knowledge of the language through an Italian language test.
The following are excluded from this obligation:
For further information, consult the “Pavia Linguistic Center website”: http: //cla.unipv.it/? Page_id = 179.
Please attach the following documents during your application procedure:
The degree course aims to provide basic knowledge in sectors of music theory and history of music, as well as skills on the instruments and methodologies of musical philology, systematic musicology and sectors aimed at the protection, management and use of musical assets (theaters, libraries, musea, concert organizations and media).
The set of training activities defines the cultural profile of a graduate able to carry out professional activities in the fields of conservation, management, promotion, production and enhancement of the musical heritage and to operate both in public bodies (schools, libraries and documentation centers, theaters, museums, radio and television broadcasters, newspapers, organizers of concerts), and private companies (publishing houses and record companies, artistic companies, software houses).
The degree course also aims to provide the knowledge on which to base the subsequent investigations within a master’s degree.
Graduates in “Musicologia” will be able to find jobs that are part of their skills: in specialist and non-public libraries, both public and private; archives of large institutions; radio and television broadcasters, theaters, press offices, publishing houses and record companies, media and concert programming, musea and collections of musical instruments, in studying, cataloging, conservation, promotion and enhancement of musical cultural heritage.
The venue of the course is the city of Cremona.
Study plan and further information are available at this link
The graduate in Musicologia has the necessary skills to carry out professional activities in conservation, management, promotion, production and enhancement of the musical heritage and to operate both in public bodies (schools, libraries and documentation centers, theaters, musea, radio and television broadcasters, newspapers, organizers of concerts), both private (publishing houses and record companies, artistic companies, software houses).
The graduate may also continue their preparation via the Master’s Degree, in order to deepen the skills in preparation for the profession. Following an appropriate evaluation, graduates may also continue their studies in the Institutes of Higher Music Education (Conservatori and Music Institutes).
Graduates in Musicologia might find positions such as :
- Public and private libraries holding a musical section or keeping musical funds of historical or documentary value;
- archives of great musical institutions;
- public and private radio and television broadcasters;
- lyrical and traditional theaters;
- press offices of musical institutions or otherwise involved in the organization of musical events;
- generalist and specialized publishers in the music sector, or in record production;
- information organs, media, concerts and music programming in general;
- musea and collections of musical instruments;
- every area involving studying, cataloging, preserving, protecting, promoting and enhancing the musical cultural heritage.