As a prospective post-master's certificate student, you must complete the following steps to apply to the DePaul School of Music:
A complete post-master's certificate student application to the DePaul School of Music includes your official undergraduate transcripts, official graduate transcripts, three letters of recommendation [Graduate Student Recommendation Form] and a live entrance audition. DePaul School of Music does not require the GRE or any other standardized test for graduate admission. Email materials to email@example.com, or mail materials to:
DePaul University School of Music
Music Admissions Office
804 West Belden Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
Your online application is due by December 11, an extension from the original December 1 deadline. Once your application to DePaul has been received, you will receive a confirmation letter stating that your application has arrived at our office. International students have additional requirements; please click here for details.
Vocalists, Violinists, String Bassists and all Jazz Applicants: In addition to your online application, you must submit a pre-audition screening video by December 11. will only be considered based on the availability of audition times. Upon passing the pre-audition screening, you will receive notification by no later than December 20 inviting you to schedule your live audition.
All Other Instruments: After submitting your online application, you will receive a confirmation letter inviting you to schedule your live audition.
Live, on-campus auditions are required of all certificate applicants, and usually take place on weekends in February. Recorded auditions are acceptable only for students currently residing outside of the continental United States. These students should email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions on electronically submitting recorded auditions. DePaul does not offer regional or teleconference auditions.
Audition results are reviewed and all decisions about acceptance are made in late March. Students are informed of the results by April 1.
Response to an acceptance is required no later than May 1.
This graduate certificate program is approved as a Gainful Employment Program through the US Department of Education and is, therefore, eligible for Federal Student Aid. Disclosure Statements about occupations, on-time graduation rate, tuition and fees, and median loan debt for this program can be found at http://core.depaul.edu/gedt/post-masters-performance/gedt.html.