- Q. What are the entry requirements for the Music & Media Technologies Course?
- Q. How do I apply for the Course?
- Q. When is Closing Date for Applications?
- Q. Is there an Open Day I can attend?
- Q. How many places are available on the Course? How many applications do you receive each year?
- Q. Is the course full-time or part-time and how many years does it take to complete?
- Q. What are the contact hours per week?
- Q. How much are the course fees for EU Students?
- Q. How much are the fees for non-EU members?
- Q. English is not my first language, what standard of English do I need to apply to Trinity College?
- Q. Do I need to have a degree in Music to apply for the course?
- Q. Is there a requirement for applicants to be able to read and write music?
- Q. Where can I find out if there are adult Music Theory Classes being run in my area? (within Ireland only)
- Q. Can you give me some information about accommodation on campus?
- Q. What work positions have graduates of this course secured?
- Q. After completing the two years successfully would I be trained as a Sound Engineer?
- Q. What are the mathematical requirements?
- Q. Would you recommend any reading material prior to starting the course?
- Q. Can you give me some general information about Trinity College?
- Q. Can you give me some general information about Dublin?
- Q. Where is the Music & Media Technologies Course based on Trinity Campus?
- Q. I would very much like to know more about the course content, where the major focus lies?
- Q. What kind of equipment would I expect to use if I was successful in securing a place on the Music & Media Technologies Course?
A. Stipulated specific entry requirements would include Music and an Undergraduate degree (preferably, but not necessarily, in music, engineering, or science)
Mature students (over 23, NB: you need to turn 23 on or before January 1st of the academic year you are applying for) with relevant professional experience in a related industry or field. Each applicant is assessed on an individual basis. Because of this, past and present students come from varied backgrounds and bring with them knowledge and experience from different fields.
Acceptance for the course is based on a combination of academic competence, musical/compositional ability, technological capacity and interest/enthusiasm for new music/multimedia.How to Apply' section of our website. firstname.lastname@example.org
The application process for the Music & Media Technologies Course is a highly competitive one; we receive applications from all over the world.
A number of factors are taken into consideration when selecting the successful candidates i.e. their completed application, accompanying material and their interview etc. Each applicant is also evaluated in relation to the other applications received for that given year.
A. It is either a full-time post-graduate course that runs over a single calendar year, or alternatively a part-time course over two calendar years. In order to be considered for an award of M.Phil. in Music and Media Technologies, students must satisfy the Court of Examiners by passing the taught modules of the course and by obtaining a pass on the dissertation. Where a student passes all of the taught modules and accumulates at least 60 ECTS credits but does not pass or attempt the thesis, an exit award of Postgraduate Diploma in Music and Media Technologies may be considered by the court of examiners.
I would recommend you access this website (www.studentfinance.ie ), which gives extensive information on student grants and supports. The website provides information on the full range of student supports, including maintenance grants, the Fund for Students with disabilities, the Back to Education Allowance and the Student Assistance Fund. Here you will find information about your entitlements, and step-by-step instructions on how to apply for the grant and other support schemes.
EU status, in relation to the fees, are based on residency. A European Union Passport or citizenship (including an Irish passport or Irish citizenship) does not grant automatic entitlement to EU fees.
A. The fees for the coming academic year 2017/18 will be €14,500. There is an additional Students Union of Ireland fee.
Please also be aware that the fees increase by approximately 8% each academic year.
There is no funding for non-EU members for taught postgraduate courses.
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Grade 6.5
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Grade 230 computer based
Grade 570 paper based
Cambridge Certificate of Advance English: Grade C
Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English: Grade C
It would be beneficial if applicants had Grade 5 (associated board) Music Theory at least, but this is not an absolute requirement. Music Theory and Aural Training classes are provided and are a compulsory part of the course for those who are not of sufficient standard.
It would be good if applicants had Grade 5 Music Theory at least, but this is not an absolute requirement. Music Theory and Aural Training classes are provided and are a compulsory part of the course for those who are not of sufficient standard.
An entrance test primarily assessing aural abilities, music theory and
knowledge of contemporary music/multimedia will be scheduled for qualified applicants.
Q. Where can I find out if there are adult Music Theory Classes being run in my area? (within Ireland only)A. I would recommend you contact The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music , Miriam Halpin (Irish Co-ordinator) tel. 01 235 0752, or Email: email@example.com Accommodation Office here in Trinity direct, the telephone number is + 353 1 896 2358.
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Software Development for Audio Products
You can contact the Careers Advisory Service http://www.tcd.ie/Careers/ for information on telephone number + 00 353 1 896 1721.
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- computer-aided composition
- audiovisual composition
- interactive installation - audio, musical and audiovisual work
- gestural controllers for performance
- advanced audio production such as surround sound and wavefield synthesis projects.
At a broad level, the focus of the course is to encourage creative work that uses technology. This can result in artistic or technical projects. To advance artistically, there is likely to be a considerable technological component, and vice versa.
Q. What kind of equipment would I expect to use if I was successful in securing a place on the Music & Media Technologies Course?A. With regard to the facilities available to students, we have:
- 2 dedicated teaching labs - one containing PCs. The Diploma courses are taught in this room. The other has a mixture of PCs and Macs.
- a recording studio with digital and analogue setup, plus surround setup
- a post-production video editing and audio mastering suite
- an audiovisual testing space, setup for multichannel audio taught at the Masters level
- technical room with equipment that is loaned out for project work - e.g. microphones, cameras, lights, other audio equipment.
- use of a hall for concerts and recording - holds up to 70 people.