Admission of regular students
The admission processes for regular students of the Graduate Program in Music are governed by specific notices available at [link para os editais].
They follow the steps below:
- Application in the Academic Management System (SIGA): https://www1.sistemas.unicamp.br/siga/ingresso/candidato
- Completion of form and submission of documents in the dedicated Graduate Program in Music area: www.iar.unicamp.br/posgraduacao/inscricoes/musica.php
- Practical exam and interviews
- Written exam
- Term to submit proof of foreign language(s) proficiency
To apply, candidates must fill out the online forms, according to the notice, and submit the following documents:
- Birth/marriage certificate;
- ID document (RG), RNE or passport (driver’s license not accepted);
- Undergraduate transcript;
- Undergraduate diploma, certificate of completion or document attesting to expected completion before the enrollment period of new students;
- Proof of proficiency in 1 foreign language, according to Article 24 of this notice.
Note: Proof of proficiency in foreign language is not mandatory at the time of application, but must be submitted by the date informed in the notice. Applicants that do not prove proficiency by this date shall be disqualified.
- Updated Lattes curriculum. Note: No document other than the one generated by the Lattes Platform will be accepted for approval of the application
- Research project, obligatorily in the format of the template in the notice;
- Support material by area: up to three representative documents of theoretical and/or artistic productions, as specified below:
- a) Projects in the Music, Culture and Society line of research: reflective-theoretical work (published paper, undergraduate monograph, end of course paper, scientific initiation paper or written work for an undergraduate subject –format: PDF);
- b) Projects in the Instrumental Studies and Musical Performance line of research: audio file in mp3, wma or ogg format with 128Kbps resolution, and/or video file (mpeg, mp4, flv, swf, mov format), URL or link to public platform (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) with a record of the artistic production. The repertoire presented need not be necessarily linked to the applicant’s research project.
- c) Projects in the Music, Language and Sonology line of research with focus on musical creation: record and/or document of original musical creations in score or audio file, mp3, wma or ogg format with 128Kbps resolution, and/or video file (mpeg, mp4, flv, swf, mov format), URL or link to public platform, for example, YouTube, with a record of the artistic production.
- d) Projects in the Music, Language and Sonology line of research with a theoretical-reflective or analytical focus: theoretical-reflective work (published paper, undergraduate monograph, end of course paper, scientific initiation paper or written work for an undergraduate subject – format: PDF);
The admission process comprises two phases: in the first phase, the materials submitted by the applicant are evaluated, and in the second applicants take on-site examinations (theoretical, practical and interview).