BMusEd Hons


What you will study

This programme will equip you with a high standard of performance in your Principal Study instrument or voice, as well as associated competence in conducting, ensemble performance, keyboard skills, counterpoint, composition, orchestration, analysis and music history.  A fundamental feature of the course is personal development in music, instilling the ability to arouse the interest and enthusiasm of pupils.  You will have supervised practice in all aspects of classroom teaching. 

For more information please visit TCD's School of Education website.

Click here for information about the Conservatory's Departments of Keyboard Studies, Vocal Studies, Orchestral Studies, Irish Traditional Music and Academic Studies.    

Exchange opportunities

Students may spend part of their second/third year studying abroad.  Partnerships have been formed with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the Liszt Academy in Budapest, and the Kódaly Institute in Kecskemét, Hungary.

Further Information

Dr Mark Fitzgerald
BMusEd Programme Chair