BSc Music Media and Performance Technology

For more information on this four year undergraduate course, please click here.

UL tops poll for best student experience

An article in todays Irish Examiner reports that “Students from around the world have voted the University of Limerick as providing the best student experience, best student support and warmest welcome.

UL achieved multiple firsts in the survey which received input from more than 5000 international students currently studying across the countries seven universities.

The International Student Barometer survey was undertaken by independent group i-Graduate and involved 238 institutions worldwide.”

for more see here

MA/MSc Application Deadline

The application process for the Master’s Degree in Music Technology for the academic year 2013/14 is now open. The initial deadline for applications is April 27th 2013. However early application is advised.

Details of this exciting programme can be found at  www.dmarc.ie/education/music_technology_masters/

Application details are available at http://www.dmarc.ie/education/music_technology_masters/entrance-requirements/

A range of funding opportunities for both international and EU students are available.

 

Scholarships – Master’s in Music Technology

DMARC is pleased to announce scholarships for both EU and non-EU students on the Master’s programme in Music Technology at the University of Limerick for 2013-2014.

For EU students two fees-only scholarships are available  for the Master’s in Music Technology programme.

For non-EU students wishing to undertake the Master’s in Music Technology a number of generous scholarships are also available.

Applicants wishing to be considered for these scholarships should ensure their application is submitted by the initial deadline of April 27th 2013.

Further details are available at

http://www.dmarc.ie/education/music_technology_masters/scholarships-funding/

For further information on the programme please see

http://www.dmarc.ie/education/music_technology_masters/

The Masters in Music Technology programme is funded through the Graduate Skills Conversion Programme. Fees for EU students for the the academic year 2012 – 2013 were €2750.
The fee for international students for the academic year 2012 – 2013 was €10,718

 

Application Deadline Extended for Master’s in Music Technology

The application deadline for the MA/MSc in Music Technology has been extended to Friday 12th July 2013. Applicants who meet the entry requirements and apply by this date will be called for interview in late June or early July. Please note that the deadline for the “EU Student Fees Scholarships” has also been extended to this date.

For further details please see how to apply

Tenure Track Position: Music Technology

Applicants are invited for the position of Lecturer below the bar in Music Technology at DMARC (Digital Media and Arts Research Centre), Department of Computer Science & Information Systems (CSIS), University of Limerick, Ireland.

The post holder will be expected to make a substantial contribution to the research culture and output of the Department and Faculty in the areas of Music Technology and the Digital Arts. The post holder will be part of the team responsible for the delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes currently offered by the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS) in the area of Music Technology. The post holder will be involved in the supervision of student research ranging from undergraduate to PhD levels. In addition, the post holder will be expected to participate in programme design, administration and outreach activities.
Relevant fields of research expertise include acoustics/psychoacoustics, spatial audio, recording/production, multimedia/film sound, sound art, sound design and digital signal processing. Candidates who incorporate other aspects of creative industries and digital arts practice into their research are also welcome.

For full details, please refer to the official job opening at

www.ul.ie/about-ul/vacancies-at-ul/

job id 012247.

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The closing date for applications is the 29th of November 2013.

Music Technology Scholarships

DMARC is pleased to announce scholarships for both EU and non-EU students on the Master’s programme in Music Technology at the University of Limerick for 2014-2015.

For EU students a fees-only scholarship is available  for the Master’s in Music Technology programme.

For non-EU students wishing to undertake the Master’s in Music Technology a number of generous scholarships are also available.

Further details are available at

http://www.dmarc.ie/education/music_technology_masters/scholarships-funding/

For further information on the programme please see

http://www.dmarc.ie/education/music_technology_masters/

For 2014-2015 the Masters in Music Technology programme will be funded through the Graduate Skills Conversion Programme. This provides a reduced fee for EU students. Fees for EU students for the the academic year 2014 – 2015 will be approximately €3000.
The fee for international students for the academic year 2014 – 2015 will be approximately €12500