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LUCA School of Arts is the only university college in Flanders exclusively dedicated to art and design, making it unique in the region. The art school combines the strengths and expertise of five renowned Flemish higher education institutions for art and design, spread across Brussels, Genk, Ghent and Leuven. Most of the programmes are in taught in Dutch, but LUCA offers several full-English MA programmes on its campuses in Brussels, Genk and Leuven


Programme 

Master in Music 

The Master in Music degree is organised at our Performing arts campus Lemmens in Leuven, one of the biggest university cities in the heart of Europe. We offer a broad, academic training programme with plenty of practical opportunities to help students discover where they want to excel. We currently offer English study Programmes in Classical and Jazz performance.

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Advanced Master in Music

Do you have an MA degree in music? Do you wish to improve your artistic level as a performer? Are you looking for advanced music training enhanced by artistic research? LUCA-Campus Lemmens organises a two-year long course of study. During this programme, you can prepare your entrance to the professional music world: learn repertoire useful for competitions or auditions, give two recitals during regular concert seasons, and deepen your understanding of musical interpretation through artistic research.

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INDIVIDUAL QUESTIONS

Student Support Services

Being a student is about more than just a degree programme, there is also accomodation, finances, study support, ... During the online infomoments our colleagues of the student support services will be more than happy to answer your questions. 

Student administration

Deciding on a programme is hard enough without having to know about credit transfers, exemptions and ECTS. That's why our colleagues of the student administration will be online to answer your questions. 

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