If you’ve been accepted at more than one music school, several factors may be involved in deciding on the right choice for you.
Just when you thought this process would never end –– one more thing. Deciding which music school to accept and attend.
Programs, professors and opportunities are all extremely important, but should not be the only considerations for deciding on which grad school to attend.
The recent SNAAP (Strategic National Arts Alumni Project) Annual Report can help prospective music majors decide where to apply. The report highlights the post-graduation experience of arts alumni from a number of U.S. colleges and universities.
Presenting yourself as a serious music school candidate before it's time for them to make their decisions can work well in your favor, especially when they have two or more candidates with equally strong auditions, grades, accolades, and recommendations.