Music, Communication and Technology

Music, Communication and Technology

2 year master programme, Trondheim/Oslo

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The Master's programme in Music, Communication and Technology is a two year full-time study of 120 ECTS credits. NTNU is no longer accepting applications for the Master's programme in Music, Communication and Technology. For information about admission, visit the University of Oslo webpages (see Admission).

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NTNU is no longer accepting applications for the Master's programme in Music, Communication and Technology. For information about the programme, visit the University of Oslo webpages.

The Master's programme in Music, Communication and Technology is a two year full-time study of 120 ECTS credits. 

NTNU is no longer accepting applications for the Master's programme in Music, Communication and Technology. For information about admission, visit the University of Oslo webpages.

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What will you learn?

Do you have a passion for music and would like to learn more about cutting-edge technologies in a unique two-campus setting?

This Master’s programme will give you the personal skills and technical tools required to work out solutions to contemporary societal challenges in international and interdisciplinary teams. Here’s what you’ll learn in the programme. 


Apply for admission

The programme is open to both international and Norwegian students. Admittance to the programme requires Higher Education Entrance Qualification and a completed bachelor's degree comparable to a Norwegian bachelor's degree with a specialization defined by the programme. How to apply and details of admission requirements.


Career opportunities

The master's degree in Music, Communication and Technology will allow you to gain knowledge, experience and skills, a critical sense and creative abilities which proves relevant to a range of industries. What can you work with?


Study environment

Students registered in Trondheim are located in the center of the city, where you will have access to excellent facilities and state of the art equipment. Welcome to a joint study environment with the University of Oslo, focused on providing a high quality of teaching and learning community.  Everyday student life in Music, Communication and Technology.


Structure of the programme

The Master's programme in Music, Communication and Technology is a two year full-time study of 120 ECTS credits. How the programme is structured.


Learning outcome

The learning outcome is divided into knowledge, skills and general competence. It outlines what you will have achieved when you complete the study programme. Learning outcome for the programme.


Study abroad

There are many opportunities to study abroad as part of your Masters in Music, Communication and Technology, and we encourage you to consider the possibility of taking a semester or a summer abroad. How to study abroad as part of your Master's in Music, Communication and Technology.


Contact

A student counselor advices enrolled students and you are welcome to contact the counselor with questions you may have. How to contact us.