At York, you will be part of a vibrant musical community. Our courses are taught by active professionals – what you learn at York stems directly from current research and practice.
Many specialisms are available, ranging from Masters to PhD level, and most of our MA courses can be taken as shorter PGDip or PGCert courses. We offer Masters by research in both Music and Music Technology, and you can pursue MPhil/PhD study by thesis, composition or performance.
Whatever your course, studying at York will allow you to explore your own research ideas while being a part of a lively and supportive community.
In addition to university-wide funding, we have a range of scholarships, awards and bursaries available to postgraduate Music students.
Our MA Music is taught in Pathways, allowing you to focus your studies on your particular interests. Typically there are around six to ten students working with a particular supervisor on a pathway, and during the year you will concentrate on your own specialist projects.