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Master of Music Performance Technology

Programme Length

2 years (120 ECTS credits)

Language of Instruction

Norwegian or English

Application Deadline

15 December (for autumn enrolment the following year)
Online application (SøknadsWeb) opens 1 November

Application and auditions

Programme Description

This master programme is an offer to students seeking to specialize in music technology. The programme is aimed at practical artistic work in performance, programming, composition or arranging. The programme aims to qualify students for work as performing musicians and music technologists, or work within music production and composition / arranging where tools of music technology are central.

The programme will provide the basis for admission to Ph.D. programmes and the Artistic Research Programme.

Examples of master project areas:

  • music technology in individual instrument performance
  • music production in combination with performance/arrangement/composition
  • programming in combination with instrument performance

Curriculum for the Master in Music Technology enrolment 2018

Admission Requirements

Admission to the program requires a

  • Bachelor's degree in music performance, or
  • Bachelor's degree in composition, or
  • Bachelor's degree in music technology

or equivalent education, with a minimum of 80 ECTS in Music Performance, Composition or Music Technology.

Application and auditions for Master of Music Performance Technology


If you have questions about applications and auditions, please contact:

Tel: +47 23 36 70 00 (Phone time 12.00-15.00 Monday-Friday)

Contact your programme leader if you have any questions about the academic content of your study programme.


Natasha Barrett


Electroacoustic composition