INTERNATIONAL

INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

The CMDL adheres to the Erasmus Charter, The International Association of Schools of Jazz (IASJ) et à l’Association Européenne des Conservatoires (AEC). The CMDL develops partnerships with the most prestigious international music schools.

The school’s partnerships :

—   Royal Academy of Music, London (United Kingdom)
   Hochshule für Musik, Munich (Germany)
—   Universitade Lusiada, Lisbon (Portugal)
   L’Escola Superior de Musica, Lisbon (Portugal)
   BFH University of Applied Sciences, Bern (Switzerland)
   Saint Louis College of music, Rome (Italy)

—   Siena Jazz – National Academy of Jazz, Siena (Italy)
   Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen (Netherland)
   ArtEZ University of Arts, Arnhem, Enschede and Zwolle (Netherland)
   Vilniaus Kolegija University of Applied Science, Vilnius (Lithuania)
   Viljandi Culture Academy – University of Tartu, Viljandi (Estonia)
   Souza Lima – Conservatório e Faculdade de Música, Sao Paulo (Brazil)

European week

Every year, the CMDL invites an world-renowned musician-composer and students from different European schools to work together on a Big Band project. During this week, teachers from those schools come to teach at the CMDL.

European Big Band’s Leaders : Perico Sambeat (2018), Bert Joris et Philip Catherine (2017), Nick Smart (2016), Jim Beard (2015), Gil Goldstein (2014)

COME TO THE CMDL

STUDY AT THE CMDL THROUGH ERASMUS EXCHANGE

Students registered in a European conservatory or university member of the Erasmus Charter, may apply to join the CMDL with Erasmus + mobility.

APPLY FOR DNSPM OR BACHELOR OF MUSIC

What are the steps for foreign students wishing to apply for DNSPM and/or bachelor of music? Here you will find the administrative routes to follow depending on your country of origin.

PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM & OTHER PROGRAMS

No degree is required, but registration is subject to a prior hearing. French is the language used in class but all teachers speak English.

GOING ABROAD

Thanks to ERASMUS, students in DNSPM or Bachelor of music programs at The CMDL are encouraged to go abroad for part of their studies.

 

  Les mobilités à l’étranger sont autorisées à partir de la deuxième année de licence, pour un semestre ou une année scolaire entière. Vous devez commencer à préparer votre séjour un an à l’avance. Prenez contact avec la directrice dès votre rentrée au CMDL.

 

GRATUITÉ

Les universités et écoles européennes appliquent une gratuité des droits d’inscription, pour l’étudiant accueilli dans le cadre du programme Erasmus.

 

LES ECTS

Les enseignements dispensés par l’établissement d’accueil s’inscrivent dans système des ECTS (European Credits Transfer System). Les ECTS ont pour objectif de faciliter la reconnaissance académique des études à l’étranger. Le crédit est proportionnel au volume de travail à fournir par l’étudiant et permet de mesurer le niveau d’études atteint.
Pour valider votre semestre Erasmus, il vous faut 30 ECTS.

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