■ General school information ■The Bern University of the Arts was founded in September 2003 as part of the Bern College of Technology by integrating the High School of Drama and Music and the High School of Applied Art.The instructors are well-known not only as performers but also as educators.Francois Killian (piano), Dirk Berner (harpsichord), Thomas Müller (horn), Thomas Ruedy (euphonium), Branimir Slokar (trombone) and others are teaching.It will be a lot of student life such as thorough individual lessons, practice, lecture subjects, ensembles, etc., so it can be said that it is a recommended school for those who want to learn a lot by being immersed in music.In addition, there are many opportunities to perform in concerts, so depending on your efforts, you will be able to grow once or twice.
The school has two courses, a bachelor's degree and a master's degree. The study time required for one credit (ECTS) is 2 hours.As a general guideline, about 1 credits (30 hours) are required for one year.
The bachelor's degree aims to obtain a BA (Bachelor's) degree with 3 credits in three years.The genres are roughly divided into (180) music: classical (instrumental music / vocal music / composition / conductor of the wind orchestra), jazz (instrumental music / vocal), music & media art, and (2) rhythmic.
The master's program aims to earn 2 or 90 credits and an MA (master's) degree in two years.The genres are (120) composition / music theory: composition, (6) music practice: classical / jazz performance, (XNUMX) music specialty practice: instrumental music / vocal music / opera, (XNUMX) music education: classical / jazz / rhythmic teacher training, (XNUMX) contemporary art practice. : Music & Media Art, ⑥ Theater: Jazz Composition & Arrangement.It is also attractive to be able to acquire double majors such as trumpet & baroque trumpet, piano & keyboard old instrument / organ, guitar & lute, early music & contemporary music.For students aiming for a higher level, MA's Music Professional Practical Course provides training to become a performer's specialist.