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Helen Lancaster

Helen Lancaster

Dr. Helen Lancaster offers advisory services to higher music education institutions, music teachers and arts organisations. She is a former Chair of the Music Council of Australia, and a Research Fellow at Queensland Conservatorium of Music. For the MCA she established the National Instrument Bank in 2008, and the Australian Youth Music Council in 2009. With a team of distinguished researchers, she undertook the audit of Post-Secondary Music Education and Training published with further analysis in this knowledge base as Music Study in Australia.

Postgraduate Music Study: Buyer Be Aware!

Studying the Options Available A Good Supervisor is Important A Profusion of Options Changing Nature of Research Opportunities Author This article complements Variations on a Higher Degree. Studying the Options Available It’s a buyer’s market out there in postgraduate music

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Variations on a Higher Degree

Changing Boundaries in Music Research Changing Tertiary Sector Requirements More Education: Higher Income Prospects Generally Increasing Diversity of Higher Degrees on Offer The Quality of Research is Rising Author References Post-graduate study in music is becoming more prevalent and more

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The Different Beats Survey 2004 of Tertiary Music Education

Introduction Statistical Tables The Survey Programs Graduate Destinations Technology Research Areas Delivery Modes and Group Teaching Generic Issues Gender Statistics Collaboration Post-Graduate and Total Enrolments Research – General Early Childhood Education Pedagogy Western Musicology and Ethnomusicology Training Issues Genres Music

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Post-Secondary Music Education in Australia

Introduction Articulation Resources Graduate Placement References Author Introduction Australia has a broad spectrum of music education and training opportunities available at post-secondary level. Beyond the array of institutions which base their training on traditional Western music is a growing number

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