15 Credits GRADUATE YEAR



Aims/Description: This module provides a general introduction to academic skills in music, assisting with the transition to PGT study, with particular reference to : (1) accessing library resources (2) critically evaluating academic literature (3) developing feedback literacy (4) understanding employability skills and career opportunities (5) reflective writing skills (6) understanding the wider field of music research beyond their discipline These skills are taught in the context of five Graduate Study Days (normally weighted towards the first semester to assist transition to PGT study) which the students attend alongside the rest of the graduate community. . Students submit a short portfolio of critical writing and a piece of reflective writing that charts their skill development. As part of the portfolio, students are encouraged to engage with department activities outside these contact hours, such as attending performances in the concert series, talks in the department seminar series, and taking part in study skill development through activities such as reading groups.

Staff Contact: MOORE ADRIAN J
Teaching Methods: Independent Study,
Assessment: Course work

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