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Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music
The Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music is the newest faculty of the National University of Singapore and newest music conservatory in Asia. The Conservatory is in its third year, with over 140 talented full-time students from 12 countries.
One of the strengths of the Conservatory is in the commitment of its outstanding faculty who bring excitement, energy, and new ideas with their exceptional teaching skills, their breadth of professional experience, their diverse backgrounds, and their commitment to excellence and making a difference.
| At the same time, dedicated administrative staff lends their support in areas of curriculum, public relations, concert management, admissions, finance, Internet technology, and student advising supports the Conservatory.|
The Conservatory offers the Bachelor of Music (Honours) degree, with majors in Performance (Piano and Orchestral Instruments) and Composition.
This is a four-year full-time music degree programme
Is on music performance and music academics.
Is made up of humanities studies and electives.
Provides a strong foundation for students to continue their artistic development at outstanding graduate schools or become international artists at the highest professional level.
Students must attend a minimum period of two years of studies at the Conservatory to be awarded the Bachelor of Music (Honours) degree by the National University of Singapore.
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