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Welcome to the Department of Musicology

At the Department of Musicology, we teach and conduct research on music from all periods and cultures. We run courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and also have a number of postgraduate research students. At undergraduate level we offer Musicology A, B and C along with courses in music theory, sound production and choral conducting. We also offer a large number of Internet based distance leaning courses, which can be taken from anywhere in the world.

NEW! From Autumn 2014 we will be offering a Bachelor of Arts in Musicology. To apply, go to www.antagning.se. Please note that this program is offered only in Swedish.

On taught postgraduate level we participate in Master Programme in the Humanities, 120 ECTS credits, offering supervision for a degree project in musicology, along with various taught modules.

For more information about our course selection, please visit our Education pages, or refer to the course catalogue.



Students accepted into Distance courses or Musicology B or C must register on the Student Portal.The registration deadline is published there. Please note that if you do not register by the deadline you lose your place in the course and it will be offered to the next person on the reserve list.

Students accepted into the other campus courses will be registered on the basis of attendance on the first day of classes.

Course Literature and Schedules

Literature lists and schedules for courses will be published on the Student Portal. Syllabi are available through the University's Course Catalogue: www.uu.se/utbildning/utbildningar/selma/sok/?styp=3&single=1.


To apply to the Master of Arts in Musicology program please visit www.antagning.se and select Uppsala University and the autumn semester of the academic year you're interested in starting. More information about the Master program can be found at http://master.hum-sam.uu.se. You can apply for admission into individual master-level courses on www.antagning.se, choosing the semester the course is offered.



Campus Gotland

Uppsala University and Högskolan Gotland will merge into Uppsala University Campus Gotland on July 1. The Department of musicology will participate in the Liberal Arts programme starting this autumn. Have a look at the information movies about Campus Gotland and the Liberal Arts programme on YouTube:

Campus Gotland & Liberal Arts

Office Hours

Please note: The deparment will be closed for Easter Holidays from April 18th - 21st, 2014.

The student advisor will be unavailable from April 17th-21st, 2014.

Telephone Hours

Monday - Thursday 11:00 - 12:00

The department's telephone number is 018-471 68 65.

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 08:45 - 12:15

Appointments can be made outside this time. To do so or for other inquires you can send an e-mail to studievagledare@musik.uu.se.

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The English Park Campus

The Chemicum buildingThe 100-year-old building known as Chemicum has been refurbished and now forms part of the English Park Campus. Since 2004 it houses several humanities departments, one of which is the Department of Musicology. Located in former labs with ceilings six meters tall, our lecture rooms have been adpated specifically for the needs of music.

Visiting address:
Thunbergsvägen 3H, building 2

Postal address:
Department of Musicology
Uppsala university
P.O. 633
SE-751 26 Uppsala