Bachelor in Arts (B.A.) in Music (Joint Honors)

Bachelor in Arts (B.A.) in Music (Joint Honors)

Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: 1 February
Processing time: 8-12 weeks
Application fee: €55
Intakes: September
International tuition: €19,426
Domestic tuition: €5,681

Program overview

Trinity's Music Department is Ireland's oldest and most internationally renowned venue for the study of music. With a distinguished team of academics and practitioners, the department attracts Irish and international students of the highest calibre. Alumni include Derek Bell, harpist in the Chieftains; Niall Doyle, Head of Music at the Arts Council; Deborah Kelleher, Director of the Royal Irish Academy of Music; and Donnacha Dennehy, Associate Professor of Music at Princeton University. The curriculum integrates practical musicianship with rigorous scholarship. We offer a balanced musical education that provides specialisation in three key areas - composition, music technology, and musicology (the historical and analytical study of music). The course includes a wide range of options, allowing students to focus on their chosen areas of interest. A particular strength is the Department's commitment to small group teaching, with some subjects taught in groups of ten students or fewer. The facilities in the Music Department include a recital room, practice rooms, computer workstations, a recording studio, listening equipment, and a substantial lending collection of CDs and videos.

Study options

This program can be done
On campus

Career opportunities

The employment record for Trinity's graduates in Music is excellent. Recent alumni have established successful careers as composers, music producers (for television, radio, or recording companies), performers, conductors, administrators, teachers, and academics in institutions worldwide. Several recent graduates have been commissioned by organisations such as RTÉ. Trinity Music students have an outstanding record of obtaining scholarships for further study abroad as well as from the Arts Council of Ireland. Some have used the analytical and intellectual skills that a Music degree offers to build successful careers in medicine, law, financial investment, and public relations.

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