Applications are open for the MTN Music Scholarship Program. Interested candidates are required to complete an online application through the link below.
About the MTN Music Scholarship Program
The diploma course 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.
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. All string majors must take orchestra. All wind and percussion majors must be in band. Others who may not be majors are welcome to audition for the orchestra band.
Our goal is to produce 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. We strive to produce graduates comparable to those found in a conservatoire and we have patterned our syllabus on those standards.
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Admission Requirements for the MTN Music Scholarship Program
- Applicants for the MTNF/MUSON diploma course in Music are expected to possess the following minimum requirements:
- The General Certificate of Education (G.C.E) Ordinary Level with credits in five (5) subjects, including English Language, or
- The Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSCE) with a credit in English
- The 5 credits must have been obtained at no more than two sittings and before admission to the diploma course.
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Other Requirements for the MTN Music Scholarship Program
Practical: Grade five (5) or higher pass certificate from The MUSON School of Music or any other music examining body recognized by the MUSON School.
Theory: Grade five (5) or higher pass certificate from the MUSON School of Music or any other music examining body recognized by the MUSON School.
NB: Applicants who possess the above practical or theory certificates would have also satisfied the GCE (O/L) or SSCE requirements.
Applicants who are deficient in the theory requirements but show outstanding practical ability may be admitted. These students must take a remedial theory course and must pass the minimum requirements in the first year.
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