10 reasons why you should choose The Teaching Musician programme

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The Teaching Musician is a postgraduate programme, designed to increase your skills as a professional musician working in music education. It’s for musicians working in the UK and internationally in any educational setting: from instrumental and vocal teachers in schools to musicians working in community settings.

Discover 10 reasons why the Teaching Musician is the perfect programme for you:

  1. Continue to work as you learn: The programme is designed to be completed alongside a busy professional career
  2. Make connections: Build your professional network of fellow music educators from across the UK and beyond, and engage with Trinity Laban’s highly regarded Learning & Participation team, renowned for their outstanding work and support

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  1. It’s value for money: Achieve the complete MA programme for less than £5,500 and spread the cost over 2-4 years depending on how intensely you would like to study
  2. Receive world class tutoring: Gain support and mentoring from expert staff actively working in the music education sector and drawn from a variety of Higher Education Institutions
  3. Learn at home: Much of the programme can be completed online with four trips to the spectacular Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London for face-to-face training weekends during school holidays
  4. Research and reflect: Critically reflect on and develop your practice through engagement with current theory and research
  5. Get back to the books: Our student services and library teams are always on hand to support you in getting back into higher education and academia
  6. Boost your CV: Get letters after your name and gain recognition for your work as a music educator
  7. Get out of your comfort zone: Work in an unfamiliar education context to diversify your practice and learn new skills with support from a placement supervisor
  8. Learn new tricks: Refresh your teaching practice with new approaches, ideas and knowledge of the contemporary music education sector

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Applications close on 30 NOV 2017. For more info and details on how to apply please visit trinitylaban.ac.uk/teachingmusician.  If you have any questions about the programme or application process after reading the information in the programme brochure and on our FAQs page, please contact us at admissions@trinitylaban.ac.uk

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