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Programme Structure

Organisation of Semesters

The CoPeCo Masters Programme is a full-time joint programme (120 ECTS) divided into four semesters of study (30 ECTS each). You will spend each semester in a different institution and country, as follows:

1st semester: Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonia: 29. August 2016 - 22. January 2017
2nd semester: Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Sweden: 16. January 2017 - 4. June 2017

3rd semester: Conservatoire National Superieur Musique et Danse Lyon, France: 11. September 2017 - 28. February 2018
4th semester: Hamburg University of Music and Theatre, Germany: 1. April 2018 - 30. September 2018

Structure of Studies

The two-year CoPeCo programme leads to the award of a Masters degree.

Programme enrolment

You can apply to only one of the four partner institutions. If your application is successful you will be enrolled in the same institution where you submitted your application. This institution will remain your home institution for the whole duration of your studies. Upon successful completion of your studies you will receive your degree certificate and diploma supplement from your home institution only, but you will also receive a certificate stating that you have completed a joint programme, signed by the heads of the four partner institutions.

Course enrolment

You will be enrolled on all courses at the institution where you take the course, except for the Masters Degree Project on which you will be enrolled at your home institution.

Please note

Due to the structure of the programme, the timely completion of every semester is very important and you are asked to be involved 100%.

All courses will be taught in English!

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