Apply to our programs
Apply for The Gotland School of Music Compositions programs here! Last day to apply to our 2-year Composition Course is May 4.
Many of those who apply and are admitted ot Tonis have knowledge of notation and music theory– but far from all do. The most important thing is that you have a powerful ambition to create music and feel a need to develop your own musical voice. Perhaps you have a vision of a music that you still lack the tools to realize?
One can therefore apply to The Gotland School of Music Composition without actually knowing how to write notes! If you are unsure if your previous education is enough to allow you to apply, you are welcome to contact us before you decide to send in your application.
We strive for a dynamic mix of students when it comes to background, musical genre, age, gender, and nationality. Please look at About us, where you can read about our students and alumni.
The application consists of three samples of your work in written or sounding form, a written motivation of why you would like to attend the school, and a short description of your background in the area. Fill in the application form and then upload your work samples. We will then call a selection of the applicants to entry tests at the school.
- May 4: Final deadline for application to the 2-year Composition Course
- April 22: Deadline for complementing work samples and passport photo for the Free Art, 1-year Composition Course
- May 4: Deadline for complementing work samples and passport photo for the 2-year Composition Course
- First part of June: Deadline for decision on applications.
- August 22: Fall term begins.
The Gotland School of Music Composition is eligible for student loans. The fee for one year of studies will be circa 38 000 SEK (40 000 SEK, Free Art) for the 2022/23 school year. An application for extra loans can be sent to CSN, Centrala studiestödsnämnden (The National board for Student Aid) to cover the fee. Material costs are not included.