Faculty of Music

Photo of two students sat at a table together reading the same bookThe Faculty of Music is recognised internationally as a centre of excellence for teaching and research in musicology from medieval times to the present day, composition and performance, and for its world-leading position in evolving academic fields such as ethnomusicology and the psychology of music.

Through its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, the Faculty offers a highly stimulating environment for students interested in a practical, scholarly and creative engagement with music, supporting their development as musicologists, performers and composers. The Faculty brings together a community of leading academics whose contribution to interdisciplinary research programmes and a wider understanding and appreciation of music has a significant impact on scholarship and performance worldwide.

The Faculty of Music gratefully welcomes support for its general funds.

These are applied to Faculty priorities, including student scholarships and bursaries, resources for teaching and performing, and support for academic programmes (including concert series and research activities). To discuss giving support for a specific project, or to find out about current fundraising priorities, please contact the Humanities Development team – see Contact section.

You can also support the Bate Collection using the link below.

Donors in the US can give tax-effectively via Americans For Oxford (AFO).
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