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Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki

Finland, Finland
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    The Sibelius Academy – established in 1882 – is one of the largest music academies in Europe, and as of 2013, it has been one of the three academies of the University of the Arts Helsinki (Uniarts Helsinki).

    Since its founding, the Sibelius Academy has added other genres to its palette: jazz and folk music have been taught at the academy since the early 1980s and music technology was added in the 1990s. The academy's goal is to train artists, teachers and other music professionals, all skilled in independent artistic work. All students have the freedom to build their own schedules to accommodate their individual professional goals. The Sibelius Academy consists of two faculties: The Faculty of Classical Music and the Faculty of Music Education, Jazz, Folk and Global Music, Music Technology and Arts Management. Additionally, the academy has a youth department (Junior Academy), a department for adult education and training, as well as two doctoral schools.

    Uniarts Helsinki was founded in 2013, bringing together three prestigious Finnish art schools; Academy of Fine Arts, Sibelius Academy, and Theatre Academy. Uniarts Helsinki’s mission is to provide high-quality education that takes student’s individual needs into consideration, encouraging them to hone their craft, think independently and push boundaries. Uniarts Helsinki fosters Finnish artistic heritage and aims to renew art.

     

    More information:

    uniarts.fi

    uniarts.fi/en/units/sibelius-academy/

    uniarts.fi/en/interested-in-studying-at-the-sibelius-academy/


    About

    The Sibelius Academy – established in 1882 – is one of the largest music academies in Europe, and as of 2013, it has been one of the three academies of the University of the Arts Helsinki (Uniarts Helsinki).

    Since its founding, the Sibelius Academy has added other genres to its palette: jazz and folk music have been taught at the academy since the early 1980s and music technology was added in the 1990s. The academy's goal is to train artists, teachers and other music professionals, all skilled in independent artistic work. All students have the freedom to build their own schedules to accommodate their individual professional goals. The Sibelius Academy consists of two faculties: The Faculty of Classical Music and the Faculty of Music Education, Jazz, Folk and Global Music, Music Technology and Arts Management. Additionally, the academy has a youth department (Junior Academy), a department for adult education and training, as well as two doctoral schools.

    Uniarts Helsinki was founded in 2013, bringing together three prestigious Finnish art schools; Academy of Fine Arts, Sibelius Academy, and Theatre Academy. Uniarts Helsinki’s mission is to provide high-quality education that takes student’s individual needs into consideration, encouraging them to hone their craft, think independently and push boundaries. Uniarts Helsinki fosters Finnish artistic heritage and aims to renew art.

     

    More information:

    uniarts.fi

    uniarts.fi/en/units/sibelius-academy/

    uniarts.fi/en/interested-in-studying-at-the-sibelius-academy/


    University highlights

    QS WUR Ranking By Subject

    • 2020
      #13
    • 2021
      #9

    Ranking criteria

    82.3
    Overall
    83.8
    Academic Reputation
    76.5
    Employer Reputation