Malmö Academy of Music welcomes students who want to work professionally as musicians, church musicians, composers or music teachers. We offer a creative, stimulating and international
environment – always with the passion for music and learning at our core.
Malmö Academy of Music offers Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes as well as a wide range of freestanding courses meant for future musicians, composers and church musicians. We aim to prepare you for a professional life as a soloist, ensemble and orchestra musician in today’s growing freelance market.
Our Music Teacher Training programme offers you the skills and eligibility requirements needed to teach music in upper secondary and primary school, grades 1–9 in Sweden. It also prepares you for teaching in Sweden’s municipal culture and music schools.
Your future professional identity
At Malmö Academy of Music you will develop the knowledge and skills you need to be able to work at a high artistic level in today's changing and dynamic cultural life. We offer training and education that gives you the opportunity to achieve your personal goals and build a strong professional identity at the same time. All programmes and courses are taught by dedicated teachers with extensive knowledge as well as hands-on experience from working as professional musicians.
Practice makes perfect!
A significant part of the education at Malmö Academy of Music is devoted to chamber music, ensemble and orchestra practice in both individual and group classes. That is why we have world-class practice facilities.
For every five student there is a practice room and you are also welcome to practice in our lecture rooms after classes. The academy is open sixteen hours a day, including weekends and there are always peers around to play with or socialise.
Our university lecturers
The education at Malmö Academy of Music maintains a high artistic and pedagogical level and is based on your personal development and the interaction between you and the lecturers. The academy employs around two hundred lecturers and about ten doctoral students, many of whom are performing musicians and composers themselves, several with international careers. We also invite guest lecturers every year to provide our students with inspiring musical influences from around the world.
Malmö Academy of Music has an extensive network within the surrounding regional music and cultural life and collaborates closely with various concert halls and cultural institutions. The academy also enjoys a highly international profile thanks to established collaborations with reputable universities and music academies around the world, especially in the Nordic countries and Europe.
We offer our students the opportunity to study part of their education abroad – an enriching experience which provides both deeper knowledge and new perspectives. Malmö Academy of Music's exchange programme also means that exchange students and guest lecturers from different countries come here to study or work.