The Codarts’ Music Therapy Master offers a 3 days introduction course in music therapy which will consist of experiential work and lectures on different approaches to music therapy.
This introduction is meant for musicians who are interested in expanding their horizon, and is open to anyone with an interest in music therapy and with a willingness to musically engage and explore. The introduction can be taken as continuous professional education (participants can have the introduction course accredited at the ‘Register Vaktherapie’) and is strongly advised for people seriously considering to apply for the Master in Music Therapy at Codarts. It is also open to everyone interested to learn more about music therapy.
The introduction provides professionals with the opportunity to experience music therapy, explore whether continuing into a Music Therapy master is desirable and whether a Master’s in Music Therapy can enhance one’s own profession. The participant acquires basic knowledge of music therapeutic methods and receives information about the current professional practice. The introduction provides a first impression of the content of the Master in Music Therapy offered at Codarts, which will start with a new cohort in September 2024. The highly skilled and experienced tutors in this introduction are members of our faculty.
How to register
- To register for this introduction, you will need to fill out the online registration form.
- The fee is €200. For Codarts alumni the fee is €180. Lunch is not included. Payment instructions will be sent via e-mail once you have registered via the online application form.
- The maximum number of participants is 15. Final placement will be determined by the order in which registrations are received and will only be definitive once your payment has been received. Participants will be sent notice of received payment.
- After participation of the entire three days a certificate of participation will be handed out. Take note, that the certificate is not a qualification to practice, and does not guarantee acceptance into the master.