Dear exchange students,
welcome to the Department of Musicology at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana!
Our Department offers several courses in English and courses carried out through an e-classroom in English.
Courses in English
In the academic year 2021/2022 the following courses will be taught in English:
Department of Musicology offers the course Score playing 1 (3 ECTS) in English especially for exchange students. The course takes place in the autumn semester. Students learn how to play up to four-voice vocal scores, in which different clefs are used (G-, C-, F-clef). The course is taught by Asst. Prof. Dr. Katarina Bogunović Hočevar.
Some lectures from the ethnomusicology field are given bilingually in Slovene and English. Exchange students therefore frequently choose ethnomusicological courses.
In the winter semester ethnomusicological courses Musics of the World: Anthropology of Music (4 ECTS) and Applied ethnomusicology (5 ECTS) will be taught in English by Prof. Dr. Svanibor Pettan. In the course Musics of the World: Anthropogy of Music students learn about the anthropological approach to music practices of the world and about diverse musical practices in various contexts – from village parties to symphonic concerts to Eurosong. In the course Applied ethnomusicology students learn about the history of applied ethnomusicology, its methods and techniques world-wide.
In the spring semester the course Ethnomusicology 3 (5 ECTS) will be taught in English by Prof. Dr. Svanibor Pettan. In this course students get insight into the relevant written, sound and audiovisual sources, and learn how to independently manage a characteristic ethnomusicological research assignment in terms of theory and method.
For the timetable see here.
The courses History of Art Music in Slovenia 1 (5 ECTS) and Musical Paleography (3 ECTS) will be carried out through the e-classroom in English taught by Assist. Prof. Dr. Aleš Nagode. In the course History of Art Music in Slovenia 1 students get familiar with the main representatives of music creativity and post-creativity in Slovenia until the year 1848. In the course Musical Paleography students learn about music notation from the Antiquity to the 17th century and how to transcribe different notations into modern notation.
Exchange students can also choose courses that are given in Slovene. You will pass the courses with individual work. You will be given assignments and attend individual consultations with the professors.
For the list of all courses at the department see here.
Erasmus students can also attend the course Ethno Music Group, where students prepare arrangements of folk songs which they then perform. Students that are on the exchange program for the whole year are welcome to attend our choir (course Music practice: Vocal music group) and/or orchestra (course Music practice: Instrumental music group).
More information for Erasmus students.