www.muson.org MTNF/MUSON MUSIC Scholars Programme 2022/2023 for Nigerians

MTNF/MUSON MUSIC Scholars Programme – The Program is a full time 2 year course offering advanced training in music with the following majors: Piano, Organ, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Percussion, Classical Guitar, Voice.

 

Overview

The Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON) in conjunction with the MTN Foundation (MTNF announce the entrance examinations for the Sixteenth (16th) set of the MTNF/MUSON Diploma course in music for the 2022 2023 academic year.

Students are also required to take 2 terms of an instrument minor other than their major instrumental family. All voice students must pass grade 2 piano, instrumentalists must pass vocal techniques and all students must belong to the choir. Orchestra is required for all string majors. All wind and percussion majors must belong to band. Others who may not be majors are welcome to audition for the orchestra band.

What Is A Music Scholars

As defined by enfieldgrammar,  A music scholar is a student who upholds the highest standards of our musicians and serves as an inspiration to other students.

The MTNF/MUSON MUSIC Scholars Programme

The aim of this Program is to produce a well rounded, thoroughly educated musicians who would qualify for direct entry as transfer students into a university to fulfill the remaining requirements for an undergraduate music degree.

The MTNF/MUSON MUSIC Scholars Duration.

The Program is a full time 2 year course offering advanced training in music. MTNF/MUSON strive to produce graduates comparable to those found in a Conservatoire and we have patterned our syllabus on those standards.

The MTNF/MUSON MUSIC Scholarships Entrance Examinations

The Entrance Examinations will take place from September 6th-September 12th, 2022 and will take the form of:

Awritten Examination in Music Theory at sppropriately Grade 5standard and general music knowledge:
Date: 6th 5eptember, 2022
Time: 10:00am-4:00pm

An audition on a major instrument or veice of at least Grade 5 standard before a Faculty Jury:
Date: 7th-12th September, 2022
Time: 10:00am-4:00pm

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Applicants for the MTNFIMUSON Diploma course in Music are expected to possess the following minimum academic requirements:

  • The General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level with credits in at least five (5) subjects including English language.
  • The Senior Secondary School Certificate (5SCE) with credits in at least five (5) subjects including English language.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

Practical: Grade five (5) or higher pass certificate of the MUSON School of Music or any other recogniaed music examining body by the MUsON Scheal such as ABRSM or Trinity

Theory: Grade five (5) or higher pass certiticate of the MUSON School of Music or any other recogniaed music examining body by the MUSON School.

Note: Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted only short-listed applicants will be notified by Aust 25, 2022, and given an examination number that permits them to take examinations, auditions, and interviews.

Successful candidates from the examinations will be admitted.

Application Deadline: August 21, 2022

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How To Apply:

Interested candidates should visit the MTNF/MUSON MUSIC Scholars Programme online application portal to apply.

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