International opportunities for students
We provide our students with a range of opportunities to have international experiences during their degree, and we welcome new students every year from around the world.
Opportunities for going abroad
We believe in helping our students become global citizens with a wide-range of employability skills to help them succeed in the international and inter-cultural employment market after graduation.
To support our students in gaining these invaluable skills, our Study Abroad opportunities provide students with the opportunity to study at one of our partner institutions in another country, attending international summer schools, or participating in internships abroad. Find out if Study Abroad is right for you! There are also other international opportunities available to our students, such as working or volunteering abroad, which is a great way to gain new experiences and become more employable. Find out more about the range of international opportunities offered to our students.
Exclusive opportunities for students at the Department of Music
University of Postdam: an exciting opportunity to spend a semester in Berlin. Find out more
Study with us
Every year at the Department of Music we also welcome students from our partner institutions around the world. You can study with us over the course of a semester or full academic year, conduct a research project in collaboration with our staff or participate in our summer schools. Find out more and apply.
If you are studying with us for one or two semester you will have access to a vast array of choices. Nonetheless, it is important to consider that some modules have pre-requisites or require specific knowledge or experience that you will have to demonstrate before you can register. When choosing you modules, and before attempting to register, make sure that you read this guidance.
We are always looking for new international partners and creating exciting opportunities for our students. Contact Dr Eduardo Coutinho (International Opportunities) if you would like to discuss a new collaboration.
International opportunities for researchers
Take a look at the research being conducted at the Department of Music by our staff. We also host the Institute for Popular Music, the Interdisciplinary Centre for Composition and Technology and the Applied Music Research Lab.
Collaborate with us
We welcome new collaborations from scholars with recognised research expertise in their area which will enrich the environment and research of a particular department. We also encourage applications from scholars with existing research, teaching or other collaborative connections with staff at Liverpool and who would like to strengthen the connection and collaboration. Find out more.
We welcome new collaborations from scholars with recognised research expertise in their area which will enrich the environment and research of a particular department. We also encourage applications from scholars with existing research, teaching or other collaborative connections with staff at Liverpool and who would like to strengthen the connection and collaboration.
Visiting postgraduate research students
We welcome researchers who are interested in pursuing work related to the areas of research in the Department of Music.
The Erasmus+ scheme, funded by the European Commission, gives staff at the University of Liverpool, both Academic and Professional Services, the exciting opportunity to participate in mobility within the European Union, European Economic Area and EU accession countries.
Find out more (for University of Liverpool staff only).
Looking for more information?
Our School of the Arts international pages provide further details on international opportunities.
Dr Eduardo Coutinho
0151 795 8558
International students stories - Luiza Sperandio
Watch this video of student Luiza Sperandio talking about her time in the Department of Music at the University of Liverpool.
New partnership with the University of Potsdam
From 2018/2019, students at the Department of Music at the University of Liverpool can study at the University of Potsdam