Jam Music Lab University

Jam Music Lab University

JAM MUSIC LAB University (JMLU) is an autonomous private music university located in the city of Vienna.
The university offers artistic and artistic-pedagogic studies of music forms of the 20th century and especially of the present, moving from the interface between classic and popular music in a variety of styles of popular music forms. Research and teaching are within the scope of these musical styles, located in a diverse, interconnected world. Their production and distribution through modern media technology and their impact on art, science and business are given attention to as well.

 

University of Music and Performing Arts Graz

University of Music and Performing Arts Graz

With more than 2.300 students in Graz and Oberschützen, the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz – the KUG – is an internationally renowned place of education. With 17 institutes, 2 doctoral schools and a centre for gender studies it offers highly qualified training as well as research and development and exploration of the arts. The university located in the heart of Europe combines Austrian tradition in music and the performing arts all the while positioning itself in a uniquely contemporary direction. At the center of the work of all of our staff at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz are the students. The University connects seemingly opposing elements and perspectives, forming a basic principle of „interplay“ that determines and defines the profile of the entire university. This includes: university AND society, art AND science, teaching AND research, with development and exploration of the arts, practice AND reflection, tradition AND modernity, local AND international.

 

Music and Arts University of City of Vienna

Music and Arts University of City of Vienna

The Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna (MUK) is a city-based art university which creates cultural values for the future through its tireless research in the fields of music, dance and drama.
Today’s MUK dates back to the efforts begun during the 1920s by private stakeholders and the public administration of the City of Vienna to provide access to the highest standards of education in the arts and music to a wide range of people on an artistic as well as an educational level. Since the university’s accreditation in 2005 (still known back then as the Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität), the City of Vienna – as thesole owner of the GmbH institution – has made it possible for 850 students from all over the world to access artistic education that is contemporary, highly demanding on an international level, yet financially viable and in accordance with the principles of the Bologna Declaration of the European Union.