Our Music Technology research draws on expertise in Computer Music, Digital Signal Processing and Electroacoustic Composition and is coupled with excellent facilities in the dedicated music technology lab, making study at Maynooth University popular among students from a variety of backgrounds.
As well as being accomplished composers in electroacoustic and computer music, staff are also authors of some of the main reference books in this field. In addition, they co-lead the Csound software development team, a software composition tool originally developed in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA), one of the global leaders in music technology.
Given the sizeable experience which has been accrued among the staff, Music Technology research at Maynooth University has organically become interdisciplinary with frequent collaborations between staff and researchers in Computer Science and Composition, as well as forging impressive links with a number of European and American institutions.
A degree in Music is a valuable asset for access to a wide range of careers, and music graduates are especially sought after in professions demanding a high level of confidence, communication skills, and expressive ability.
The Department of Music at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth is a vibrant, stimulating and friendly place in which to study, with all the benefits of being one of the Republic of Ireland's leading research communities. Situated in the historic leafy South Campus of Maynooth University, the Department of Music has an energetic and enthusiastic staff team, made up of specialists operating at the forefront of a varied range of disciplines. We offer a lively undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum, with the key areas of performance, composition, musicology and music technology lying at the heart of our activities.
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Honours degree normally with a minimum of Grade 2.1. Students with a primary degree other than Music would normally have to demonstrate some degree of musical training and affinity. Interview
Applicants must have an IELTS score of 6, if not they may take our International
Foundation Course. Minimum English language requirement for the IFC is IELTS 4.5 or equivalent.
The award recognises studying abroad as a positively life changing experience for many students as well as promoting intercultural understanding and tolerance. Successful candidates will receive up to £10,000 to be applied toward the cost of tuition fees.
For information on US Financial Aid please visit http://international.nuim.ie/usfinancialaid
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