Música en Compostela is an International University
Course on information and interpretation of Spanish music.
The course is open to musicians of any nationality who possess
certification of a high technical and musical level.
There are three categories of students: Scholars, Active students
The Scholar student will receive free lodging and board
at the University residence "Burgo das Nacións",
during the Course.
Registration fees for scholar students: 380 €.
Active Student: All
applicants who have been admitted but did not receive
a scholarship for lodging and board, may also participate
in the course as Active Students under the same academic
conditions as Scholars. These students may, if they wish,
request the same benefits as Scholars (lodging and board)
but will have to pay for them when they pay registration
Auditing students will have to pay for their lodging
Registration fees for active students: 380 €.
Lodging and board (for those active students who request it) 435 €.
A student attending as Auditor must pay registration fees.
Registration fees for auditors students: 220 €.
Documents to submit (all students)
- Application form duly completed
- Curriculum Vitae
- Photocopy of ID or passport
- Two passport-size photos
- Documents proving his musical education
- Parental consent (for minor student)
ALL STUDENTS WHO, EXCEPT OPPORTUNE JUSTIFICATION,
NOT SEND ALL OF THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS IN THE CALL,
WILL NOT BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT AS CANDIDATES FOR OBTAINING
Presentation of applications and documents
Directly to the General Secretariat of "Música
en Compostela", either by mail or e-mail.
Date of admission: from January 1 to May 31, 2017.
All the fees will be paid in the period indicated, after the granting of the Scholarship
(Scholar students) or admission as Active student or Auditor students
Admission as Scholar, Active and Auditor will be determined
by the Board of Directors of Música en Compostela.
All students admitted will receive a student identity
credential delivered at the inauguration ceremony.
In mid-June, all students will receive precise instructions
about the works that will be studied during the course.
All students, Scholars, Actives and Auditors may attend
only one discipline. Any exceptions must be approved by
the Board of Directors.
Any student who is admitted and for whatever reason
chooses not to attend the course must notify his resignation
15 days before the start of the course. Failure to do
so, and not meet the deadline, makes him ineligible
for admission as Scholar in future sessions. It will
be possible to attend only as Auditor.
Any student who fails to notify his resignation for
more than one session will not be eligible for admission
in any future session.