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Music with Italian

BA
  • UCAS code W3R3
  • Option 3 years full time
  • Year of entry 2018

The course

By combining Music (75% of your course) with Italian (25%) you will take Music as the major element of your degree alongside core Italian language modules.

Studying Music at Royal Holloway allows you to tailor your studies to your own interests and passions.

We have expertise spanning traditional, modern and world music. Through studying musical texts, practices, cultures and institutions you will explore issues in history, sociology, ethnology, and philosophy covering an exceptional geographical and chronological range. You will also be able to gain practical skills in composition, music technology and performance.

You will join a music department that is among the very best in the country, and the only music department in the country to hold a prestigious Regius Professorship.

  • You will have access to well-equipped studios and recording facilities as well as incredible performance spaces including the Windsor Auditorium, Boilerhouse Theatre, Victorian Picture Gallery and College Chapel.
  • Our well connected department means you have the opportunity to make valuable music industry contacts. Our staff are connected with musical networks such Wigmore Hall, the BBC Proms, Royal Opera House.

As a student of Italian, you will take core language modules, enabling you to learn to speak and write fluently.

  • Whether you are a beginner or advanced student when you start, by the time you graduate you will be fluent in Italian: confident in reading, understanding and analysing text and able to write with ease and accuracy.
1st

in the UK for Research Intensity in Music

Source: Complete University Guide, 2019

Number 6

in the UK for performing arts

Source: QS World University Rankings, 2017

100%

of our Music graduates are employed or go onto further study within six months of graduating

Source: DLHE, 2017

1st

for staff/student ratio in Modern Languages

Source: Guardian University Guide 2018

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