[PD] OT: Computer music grad school

Steffen stffn at dibidut.dk
Wed Oct 11 22:05:28 CEST 2006

On 07/10/2006, at 5.38, Charles Henry wrote:

>> right, however the austrian/german way introduces less social filters
>> (although it still does, if you have a look at the statistics)
> It seems to be a common trend among some european countries to have
> stricter admission requirements and more competition as a tradeoff for
> the government supported schools (except for countries like Denmark
> and Poland, that I know of; everyone is a student there, it seems).

I don't know what hides insider 'stricter admisson'. However, it's  
true that it's free to study in denmark if you get in, and that there  
is a wee bit of money each month (for a number of months). The  
admission differ. Higher art/design/etc schools normally have have a  
test, one have to pass. At the conventional universities one get in  
by having a "high-school" grade above a specific and study-relative  
threshold (which in reality means: each study have room for a number  
of new students each year, which will be those with the highest grade).

On topic, i can in no way suggest denmark as for studying computer  

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