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The Low-Residency MM is available for Composition only and offers the artistic excellence and academic rigor of a Peabody education in a more focused and flexible format. This program allows you to complete your Master of Music degree in just 13 months. More information can be found here.
The Low-Residency MM is its own application round. To access the application, select “Start New Application” → “Fall Entry Term 2023” → “Application for Low Residency 2023”
Once you have started your application, you can save your progress and return to your application at any time.
When you have completed your application, you will be able to review and submit it before paying the application fee of $120. Your application will be considered incomplete and will not be reviewed or scheduled for an audition/interview unless we have receive the application fee. If you feel that you qualify for an application fee waiver, please email [email protected] with your request.
After submission you will not be able to make changes to the application itself, but you will be able to edit your portfolio through your application status portal.
You will be asked to submit email addresses for three people who know your musical ability. These people will automatically be emailed with instructions on how to electronically submit their recommendation.
Your recommenders will have until the application deadline of December 1st to submit their recommendations. If you want to change your recommender or their email address after submitting your application, please contact the admissions office at [email protected].
If we do not have an official score by the posted deadline, your application will be considered incomplete and we will be unable to make an admission decision.
Please scan and upload your transcripts from all schools you have attended to our application.
A qualifying undergraduate degree should include 3 years of study following completion of secondary school (or high school) and 25 post-secondary credit hours of non-musical study, the equivalent of 50 European transfer credits (ETCS).
Upload a representative list of the repertoire you have studied in your major instrument or area. Composition applicants should list your own works with instrumentation. Please indicate any repertoire performed in public with an asterisk (*).
Upload a copy of your resume.
The FAFSA/CSS Profile submission is required for admission. Please note that you must submit the FAFSA if you wish to be considered for need-based aid such as work-study and grant aid. Please visit our Financial Aid page for more information. Low-Residency applicants are not eligible for Peabody merit scholarships.