Step 1: Apply to the University of North Texas
The applicant must apply for admission to the UNT Toulouse Graduate School. Applications must be completed online at www.tsgs.unt.edu. There is a fee for this application. The applicant will receive an email from UNT which includes an EUID and pin. This process can take several weeks. Follow the instructions in that email to activate your EUID, then proceed to step 2.
Graduate applicants to UNT are evaluated holistically, based on specific departmental and program requirements. In the past, successful candidates usually have met certain GPA minima:
- 3.00 GPA in the undergraduate degree for admission to the Master's program;
- Or 3.50 GPA in the undergraduate degree for direct admission to Doctoral programs;
- Or 3.50 GPA in Masters-level studies for admission to Doctoral programs
Step 2: Apply to the UNT College of Music
Complete the online College of Music application This is your application for music admission, audition, scholarship, fellowships and assistantships.
There is no fee for the College of Music application. For best results we recommend using Chrome, Firefox or Safari when completing your application. View a sample application.
The online application will require you to submit names and email addresses of three people whom you wish to recommend you for music study at UNT.
FALL ADMISSION – To be considered for admission in the fall semester, preference will be given to applications received by the first Monday in December. Applications received after that date will be reviewed, and auditions will be scheduled on a case-by-case basis depending on space availability. ALL APPLICATIONS AND AUDITIONS, BOTH LIVE OR RECORDED, MUST BE COMPLETE ON OR BEFORE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2017.
SPRING ADMISSION – Acceptance of M.M. or D.M.A Performance applications is determined in mid-September of each year. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire if your instrument/voice will accept applications. APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING ADMISSION MUST BE COMPLETE ON OR BEFORE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2016.
M.A. and Ph.D. applicants need only complete steps 1 and 2.
Step 3: Complete the audition
Applicants for admission to the M.M. or D.M.A. degree programs in performance or GACMP must pass an admission audition before a faculty panel. Auditions are held on the dates specified on the application.
Please refer to the Jazz website for additional jazz requirements.
For scholarship consideration, for priority consideration the audition must be completed by the last on-campus audition day. Live auditions are preferred. If you are unable to audition in person, follow the directions on the College of Music application to electronically submit a high quality recorded video audition by using youtube.com, vimeo.com, or similar web service. If these websites are unavailable to you, try using www.tudou.com.
Applicants for admission to the M.M. and D.M.A. degree programs in conducting must submit the College of Music application and preliminary audition video by the first Monday in December. Qualified applicants will be invited to campus for a live audition and interview. For information regarding acceptance to the D.M.A. in conducting, see Audition Repertoire link above.
Fellowships and Assistantships
The UNT College of Music application also serves as your application for fellowships and assistantships. Teaching fellowships and assistantships are awarded each spring for the following academic year to qualified applicants. Preference for fellowship and assistantship awards will be given to those who audition no later than the Monday following the last on-campus audition day.
The UNT College of Music application also serves as your scholarship application.
Announcement of awards will begin on the first Monday in April.
The National Association of Schools of Music Code of Ethics Article V. requires that the acceptance of financial aid or the signing of a declaration of intent to attend a given institution shall not be binding if signed before April 15, of the calendar year of matriculation into a program of study at the graduate level.