Choosing a university program is always very exciting. And when it comes to something a future student is passionate about, the moment of choosing the school and the city is even more packed with emotions. It is the place where you will mold yourself into the professional you want to become, and the city and its experiences will guide you toward the type of person you want to be. It is all wonderful and exhilarating. But if your heart is not set on something in particular, what will you choose? What should you look for?
Our articles are intended to cover a whole array of possible questions and they make various interesting comparisons. You may take the time to investigate each unit in particular, but we took the liberty of coming up with some lists and useful comparisons to give you a helping hand. You will find information on the top 10 music institutions in Europe and on some of the scholarship programs you could benefit from. There are articles on why study in Europe, how the schools in the East differ from the schools in the West, and one piece is dedicated to UK music schools, since there are so many of them in the top. We also presented some of the best jazz programs, composition degrees, and which are some of the most popular associated music degrees. And to make things even more interesting we added a little something about which cities offer the best experience to education ratio.
While browsing through information to write these articles, it struck us as interesting the fact that so many music institutions were all founded around the same time. And, while it was clear that they were all part of the same cultural trend that swept through Europe in the 19th century, we also thought it would be a good idea to expand on the issue. Just to give you a better insight on the institution you are about to choose.


Young people starting to invest in their education, musicians who started off very young and who are now looking to the proper institution to complete their life-long efforts and people who are only looking to continue their education even into their adult years. It is clear that, unlike schools and high schools, music schools and their creative and appealing approach to the subject of their education, are more keen on keeping people interested in attending classes until later. It’s the vicinity of people with the same passion, the resources one would not have otherwise, the professors and the amazing opportunities.
Who can benefit from reading these articles? Anyone who is interested in applying in a masters, bachelor, license program, anyone interested in continuing their studies, or people who are simply thinking about going back to school and making the best of their college years. They can serve as useful guides for young students, or inspiration for people trying to remain in the academic environment.