The Department of Musicology is involved in a number of international collaborative projects and has exchange agreements with several international institutions for researchers and students.
The Department of Musicology collaborates with McGill University in Canada on research and has a collaboration agreement with McGill's Schulich School of Music on the exchange of researchers and students.
The Department is involved in a number of Nordic and European networks. The main research networks in the music technology field are European or global. Participation in the EU COST Action Network Sonic Interaction Design (2008–2011) has been pivotal in forging contact among researchers, artists and designers who work with music technology in Europe. The Department is also part of the network that organises the international summer school in systematic musicology. Click here for an overview of all the networks the Department participates in.
The Department collaborates with the University of Salford in Manchester, among others, on exchanges within popular music and studio production. Several students have been to Salford, and some enjoy their time there so much that they opt to extend their stay by one semester, or even spend the entire duration of their degree there. We also have an exchange agreement with Dalarna University College in Sweden. Dalarna offers excellent teaching and facilities in music production and music technology. The Department therefore hopes that more students will recognise the benefits of spending time abroad during their course.