Teaching method

The master 120 offers original and dynamic teaching: the links with the University of Liège and the higher education institution IMEP have helped us develop a unique set of courses in the French community, geared towards giving a more professional edge to the skills and knowledge acquired during the first level, depending in each case on the student's profile.

Alongside solid university training in musicology, the programme uses resources linked to an active teaching methodology which trains students in careers in music, particularly through internships (links with various Belgian cultural bodies: Théâtre royal de la Monnaie, asbl Flagey, Festival Ars Musica, Maison de la musique de Bxl, MIM, etc.), as well as providing contacts in the worlds of culture and music.

Moreover, the student is called upon to carry out numerous activities 'in the field' (internships, concerts, musical exercises, seminars, study days, etc) which put him in direct contact with current musicology and its associated careers. These activities are subject to continuous, regular assessment.

This master chooses a teaching method in which lectures are accompanied by a range of mandatory lectures. The professor/dissertation supervisor/director of research also takes on the role of tutor which guarantees intensive, one-on-one follow-up support for the student.