Bachelor of Music DT501 Honours Degree
Leaving Certificate in six subjects (including English or Irish and Mathematics) two of which must be at grade C3 or higher on higher level papers or an equivalent qualification.
Audition and Written Examination
Following receipt of applications from the CAO, applicants will receive an email message from the Conservatory inviting them to apply for the audition/written test. Applicants must complete the online form in order to be called for an audition.
Auditions for entry to the course in September 2013 will take place from 19-22 March 2013.
Please refer to the information below for audition requirements relevent to your instrument/voice.
On the same day as the audition, candidates will also sit a short written paper (see sample paper below) and an aural paper.
International students should contact the programme co-ordinator to discuss the audition arrangements and go to Application Procedures below.
Advanced Entry is where an applicant has previous work experience and/or educational achievements that are considered directly relevant to the programme they wish to apply for. In such a case, it is possible to gain entry to the second or subsequent year of an Undergraduate programme in DIT. Apply for Advanced Entry
Bachelor of Music (Performance), (Pedagogy), (Composition), (Traditional Irish Music Studies), (Musicology) of Dublin Institute of Technology with grades of Pass, Lower Second Class Honours, Upper Second Class Honours or First Class Honours.
Please refer to the Application Procedures document.
Programme Chair for BMus DT501
Jennifer Hamiton, Conservatory of Music and Drama
tel. 01 402 7822, fax 01 402 3512