Program Details

The program consists of two sessions and features three areas of study. Students choose one area of study each session. Sessions are three weeks each, and students may sign up for one or both sessions (three or six weeks).

Areas of Study
Mus
Location:
Valencia, Spain
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
The Spain Summer Study Abroad program provides an opportunity for both Berklee and non-Berklee students from around the world to earn undergraduate college credit at Berklee. The campus is located in Valencia, Spain in the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, one of Valencia’s most recognized architectural marvels.

All classes are taught by Berklee faculty from both our Valencia and Boston campuses. The state-of-the-art technological resources of the Valencia campus give students a dynamic and intimate environment in which to experience an enriching selection of courses and study with leading artists and professors. The program is a truly unique Berklee experience with a mix of technology, musical inspiration and practical experience while living on the vibrant Mediterranean coast for either three or six weeks.

Eligibility
The program is open to Berklee and non-Berklee students from around the world. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and have completed minimum one year of college.

The program consists of two sessions and features three areas of study. Students choose one area of study each session. Sessions are three weeks each, and students may sign up for one or both sessions (three or six weeks).

Areas of Study
Music Production and Technology
- Class 1: Electronic Dance Music Creation with Ableton Live
- Class 2: Music Video Production and Dissemination
- Class 3: Recording Skills for Music Production
- Class 4: Mixing for Musicians

Music and Entertainment Business
- Class 1: Legal Aspects of the Music Industry
- Class 2: Managing a Technology-Driven Business
- Class 3: International Music Business Seminar
- Class 4: Digital Strategies and Branding for Entertainment

Film Scoring
- Class 1: Introduction to Film Scoring
- Class 2: Introduction to Scoring Technology for Composers
- Class 3: Film Scoring Techniques for Composers
- Class 4: Video Game Scoring Fundamentals

This unique program gives students from around the world to study at Berklee and learn from world-class faculty in three areas of the music industry.

Music Production and Technology
The music production and technology module is designed to give music students a comprehensive overview of the tools and technology used in the industry today. You will get hands-on experience using the latest software and have the opportunity to learn in our state-of-the-art recording studios. If you love music and are passionate about technology, this is the perfect way to spend your summer and add a new skill set to your repertoire.

Music and Entertainment Business
If you are always thinking of ways to innovate antiquated business models of the music and entertainment industry, this module is for you. During an intensive program, spend time with Berklee faculty and peers from around the world sharpening your knowledge in marketing, management, and legal aspects of international music business.

Film Scoring
If you are a composer interested in learning about scoring for film and interactive media (video games), then this is the program for you. Students will be immersed in the aesthetic relationship between media and music and narrative analysis. They will also receive an introduction to the technology involved in this industry, such as MIDI/audio sequencing in scoring to picture and maximizing dramatic expression through the use of available software tools.
Setting Description:
Located on the Mediterranean coast with endless beaches, Valencia is the third largest city in Spain. Berklee's Valencia campus is located in the heart of the iconic City of Arts and Sciences complex, one of the most recognized tourist attractions in Valencia.

The campus is an intimate setting where striving musicians, performers, technologists, composers and creatives come together to thrive. You'll find a state-of-the-art scoring stage and recording studios, where students learn to be the producers and engineers of tomorrow, while student performers learn how to get the most out of a recording session. There are two technology labs with the latest hardware and software, practice rooms, ensemble space, and classrooms that inspire the next great idea.
Cost:
Application Fee: $50
Two Sessions - Six Weeks (May 22 to July 3)
Tuition: $7,500
Housing: Double room: $950 or Single room: $1,450
Comprehensive fee: $250

One Session - Three Weeks (Session 1: May 22 to June 12 or Session 2: June 12 to July 3)
Tuition: $4,000
Housing: Double room: $510 or Single room: $770
Comprehensive fee2: $125

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