Want to be a music major?
How does an international student apply?
Visit the international music applicant page to learn about the process to apply to UNT and the College of Music.
Must I audition?
Who can help me?
Questions about admission, applications, or auditions: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
International students may contact Ms Jessie Niu, Academic Counselor, for assistance in complying with international and registration requirements. Email: email@example.com Office: Chilton Hall 211
How do I apply?
How do I audition?
How do I get accepted?
Auditioning for Jazz Studies?
What should I expect after an audition?
Admission decisions will be sent via email following the final on-campus audition date.
We offer three categories of applied lessons: MUAS (applied secondary study - elective and non-degree only), MUAC (applied concentration - required for all music degrees other than Performance) and MUAM (applied major - required for all degrees in Performance).
Scholarship notifications are sent during the month of April.
Are there scholarships for international students?
What happens if I have not auditioned?
I'm in IELI. Can I take music lessons?
Some IELI students may receive special permission to study applied music (private instruction for university undergraduate credit). You must see Jessie Niu personally to request this permission. ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). This permission must be requested prior to the start of a new semester.
Commonly used terms, definitions and web links:
COM: College of Music , University of North Texas: music.unt.edu
GPA: Grade Point Average, average of scores received on all courses previously taken
GPE: Graduate Placement Exams, taken at beginning of all graduate degree programs of study in the College of Music . Primary areas include music history, music theory.
GRE: Graduate Record Exam, entrance exam required for some graduate degrees, http://gre.org/ttindex.html.
HOUSING at UNT: http://housing.unt.edu/
IELI - Intensive English Language Institute, https://international.unt.edu/content/academic-english
ISP: International Studies and Programs, UNT: http://international.unt.edu
TSI: standardized entrance exam for undergraduate students, required at all Texas colleges and universities: reading, writing and math skills, http://learningcenter.unt.edu/TexasSuccessInitiative
TOEFL: standardized exam for English proficiency. UNT requires all students to prove English Language Proficiency.
TUITION at UNT: http://studentaccounting.unt.edu/tuition-and-fees
TGS: Toulouse Graduate School at UNT, http://www.tgs.unt.edu .