The Higher Education degree finished at the Liceu Conservatory entitles to the Bachelor of Artistic Education in Music, equivalent to a university degree for all purposes.
The Bachelor of Music has a planned duration of 4 years, subject to the passing of the studies’ courses.
To access the Bachelor of Music, applicants must be in possession of a High School Diploma or equivalent, and they must pass the Admission Tests that the Center calls in June (and, if applicable, in the September call).
Yes. Nevertheless, candidates who do not hold the Middle-Grade Diploma (Professional Degree) will have to perform a specific exercise during the Admission Tests previously.
The webpage of the Liceu Conservatory will publish the information about the dates of the Admission Tests on approximately three months before the start of the June call. Those interested can contact the Center at any time to request information (firstname.lastname@example.org) or attend the Open House Day.
Each applicant can apply to two specializations, areas or modalities. In the event of having access to both, he/she can only enroll in one of them.
Certain specializations can be taken simultaneously in the double degree program. Thus you can obtain the Bachelor’s Degree in the two specializations.
No. The Admission Tests to the Bachelor’s Degree have to be taken mandatorily in-person.
To have access to the Bachelor’s Degree, foreign candidates must register and pass the Admission Test under the same conditions as other candidates. In the event of having completed their High School studies in another country, they must provide a High School Diploma duly approved to take the Tests.
Candidates who do not hold the Middle-Grade Diploma (Professional Degree) will have to perform a specific exercise during the Admission Tests previously.
Yes. In the event of having completed the High School studies in another country, students must provide a High School Diploma (duly approved at the Embassy of Spain in their home country) to take the Tests.
The collective classes can be in Catalan or Spanish, the official languages in Catalonia. The teacher will always consider the characteristics of the group to ensure that all students can follow the class properly. The same applies to small group and individual courses but, in these cases, students and teachers can agree to use other languages.
Students at the Liceu Conservatory can access the Ministry of Education Scholarships for non-university post-compulsory and higher education. Also, the Ferrer-Salat Music Foundation offers the Liceu Conservatory students the possibility of the Ferrer-Salat Scholarships.
The payment of the fees for the Bachelor of Music gets divided into two installments. The first one has to be paid once the enrollment is completed and the second one, once the classes have begun, during the month of October.
The Liceu Conservatory has agreements with some nearby residences, as well as information on how to look for a flat or room for rent. The relevant information is available on the website, in the section “Living in Barcelona.”
According to current regulations, all foreign citizens from countries who are not members of the European Economic Area and Switzerland, who study in Spain, must have a student visa issued –in their home country– by the Embassy of Spain. Once the student has been accepted and enrolled, the Liceu Conservatory issues a letter of acceptance, so he/she can process the relevant documents.
Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Music have access to the training rooms at the Liceu Conservatory.
To facilitate the management of the training rooms to all students, the Liceu Conservatory uses the Asimut software, created exclusively for the management of schedules and reservation of areas and training rooms. Big schools and conservatories all over Europe use it as it easily allows the online reservation.