Graduates will receive a Bachelor of Music (Honours) Composition conferred by the University of West London.
- At least 17 years old
- Singapore-Cambridge ‘A’ Level or Diploma in Music (or its international equivalent)
- At least Grade E in any 3 GCE ‘A’ Level subjects (2 H2 Level and 1 H1 Level) or its international equivalent
- Pass SRMC’s Interview
- Take SRMC’s Music Theory Placement Test (The Music Theory Placement Test Guide can be found here)
- Meet English Language Requirements
- Submit a portfolio of recent composition works, prior to an interview
English Language Requirements
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0, or
- GCE ‘A’ Level GP or KI – Grade E or above, or
- IB Diploma – Pass TOK (English Medium), or
- SRMC’s English Placement Test / SRMC’s Certificate in English – Advanced, or
- Other English Language Proficiency Tests (TOEFL etc) – will be considered on a case-by-case basis
Students will undertake the following modules during their course of study.
THREE (3) Years Course
- Composition 1A
- Composition 1B
- Harmony and Counterpoint
- Music Analysis
- History A
- Methods and Materials
- Composition 2A
- Composition 2B
- Orchestration and Arranging
- Advanced Musicianship
- History B
- World Music Studies
- Composition 3A
- Composition 3B
- Advanced Orchestration and Arranging
- Music Management
- Music for the Moving Image
|Fee Particulars||1 Year S($)||3 Years S($)|
|1. Administrative, Visa & Compliance Fees||2,250.00||6,750.00|
|2. Course Assessment & Resources Fees||2,250.00||6,750.00|
|Total Course Fee||19,361.12||58,083.34|
|Goods & Services Tax||1,868.89||5,606.67|
|Total Payable Fee||25,230.00||75,690.00|
|University Credit Transfer Fee||4,000.00|
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Note: All fees are inclusive of GST (Goods & Services Tax). The current Singapore GST is charged at a rate of 8%. All fees quoted are subject to other costs arising from government directives.
In Budget 2022, the Minister for Finance of Singapore announced that the Goods and Services Tax (GST) rate will be increased from:
(i) 7% to 8% with effect from 1 Jan 2023; and
(ii) 8% to 9% with effect from 1 Jan 2024.
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All courses have a Fee Protection Premium of 2% of the Course Fee (exclude 8% GST).
Students must gain 360 modular credits to graduate, by passing the assessment requirements for each module.
Bachelor of Music (Honours) Composition
awarded by University of West London.