The education L´AULA project incorporates a program based on the experience and prestige of the Berklee College of Music (Boston, USA). We share an academic agreement, whereby students graduated in L´AULA can continue their studies direct to the third year of the Bachelor's degree at Berklee.
L´Aula is the first founding member of the international network of schools in the year 1993 (Berklee International Network). Through this network, every year visit L’AULA Berklee’s teachers in addition to auditions to access Boston, who offer lectures to the students in L’AULA.
The Berklee College of Music was founded in Boston in 1945, by Lawrence Berk, who created the first modern music and jazz Center in the United States. In 1954 it takes its current name. From 1966, it offers bachelor's degrees officially recognized. Since then it has been incorporating into their studies all instrumental specialties and music styles.
The Berklee College of Music is currently a campus comprising 21 buildings in Boston, which serves about 560 teachers and 4500 students from more than 90 countries.