Postgradualer Lehrgang Advanced Studies in Music and Dance Education - 'Orff-Schulwerk'

This university course addresses pedagogues at a post-graduate level from all over the world who have already had training or experience in music and dance education based on the pedagogical concepts of Orff-Schulwerk.
It offers experienced music and dance teachers an intensive and concentrated setting in one of the world?s most well-known integrative methods in music and dance pedagogy based on Orff-Schulwerk that has been further developed according to contemporary aesthetic education. The participants, coming from different cultural backgrounds, will be encouraged to transfer and adapt this pedagogy to the specific needs of their own cultures.
Directors: Andrea Ostertag, MA, Mag. Doris Valtiner
Entrance Requirements
A completed course of study in music and/or dance pedagogy at an undergraduate level in a home or foreign institution with a diploma or degree. Proof of teaching experience in the area of music and dance pedagogy for a period of at least three years.
Proof of fluency in the English language, both written and spoken.

For further information please contact:
andrea.ostertag@moz.ac.at
doris.valtiner@moz.ac.at

Entrance Requirements

-         A completed course of study in music and/or dance pedagogy at an undergraduate level in a home or foreign institution, an equivalent study, or documents proving similar qualifications.

-         Proof of teaching experience in the area of music and dance pedagogy for a period of at least three years.

-         Proof of knowledge of the English language both orally and on paper. The director of the course of study will make the final decision about having fulfilled the requirements. Participation is further dependent on the payment of tuition fees according to legal requirements.

Final examinations  require a positive result in the required courses and contain:

-          A written paper

-         A colloquium

-         Teaching

-         The performance of a study with original music and dance compositions developed and directed by the candidate.

The course is to be covered by costs as established according to law.

Academic performance credits can be distributed according to the European Credit Transfer System.