About Nicola Sala Conservatory of Music
The Nicola Sala Conservatory of Music, Benevento, Italy, is an high music education institute; It was founded in 1988. Actually in this Institute work 108 teachers and there 1016 students.
The conservatory has 2 levels of high education: 3 years (called Triennio) Level 6 EQF (European Qualifications Framework), and 2 years (called Biennio) – Level 7 EQF, 2 years.
The Level 6 is based on a credit system like in Europe (ECTS). You need 180 credits to obtain your “Diploma Accademico di I Livello” (Academic first level degree). The level 7 is normally a specialization of your principal matter or it is possible to choose a new music course. In any case you need 120 ECTS credits to obtain your “Diploma Accademico di II Livello” (Academic second level degree).The Benevento Conservatory of Music is famous in Italy for the importance that we give to the artistic production. In 2016 our Institution was the the first in Italy for number of concerts (345 in one year) and public music events. Every department of the conservatory organize his musical annual proposal and many students and teachers partecipate to concerts, masterclass, seminar. We have the Symphonic Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra, the Choir and many chamber music ensemble, included classic music, jazz music and, most recently, pop music. The Pop Department has been recently founded and includes all principal instrument and pop composition and arranging and pop sing.
In the last 3 years the Conservatory has been very committed itself to develop international projects and collaborations, in the framework of Erasmus+ but also with indipendent projects that developed important contacts and events with countries like Canada, Poland, Colombia and Turkey.
The Nicola Sala Conservatory of Music welcomes Erasmus students and teachers in the framework of Erasmus + Programme
Conservatorio di Musica Nicola Sala Benevento
Via M. La Vipera – 82100 BN (ITALY)
Erasmus code: IBENEVEN03
PIC CODE: 948886981
We advise exchange applicants (students/teachers) to contact our international relations coordinator and Erasmus Coordinator, M° Francesco D’Ovidio at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about application procedures and current international projects and collaborations.
Deadline for fall semester: April 30
Deadline for spring semester: April 30
Applications are processed as soon as possible.
The result of the assessment is sent directly to the international coordinator at the applicant’s home institution.
Documents to send for STUDENTS APPLICATION:
Documents to send for TEACHERS APPLICATION
Nicola Sala ACADEMIC YEAR
M° Francesco D’Ovidio
IRC & Erasmus Coordinator