The general objective of doctoral education at the Sibelius Academy is to produce experts in music who are able to work creatively and critically in demanding tasks in the fields of art, research, development, and education. Doctoral graduates of the Sibelius Academy contribute to society on behalf of an ethically sustainable future.
The special objectives of the Arts Study Programme are to provide the student with
1. an ability for insightful expression of high artistic standards,
2. an ability for conceptually clear knowledge production, and
3. an ability to engage in constructive interaction with the artistic community, the academia, and the rest of society.
The special objectives of the Research Study Programme are to provide the student with
1. an ability for high-quality knowledge production,
2. an ability to engage in interaction with academic communities and beyond them,
3. an ability to integrate into the activities of the international research community, and
4. an ability to enhance the status of scholarly research.
The special objectives of the Applied Study Programme are to provide the student with
1. scholarly/methodological/pedagogical/artistic/technical skills of a high standard,
2. the ability to develop new methods, skills, materials, and tools of a high standard,
3. the ability to collect, critically assess, produce, and apply knowledge,
4. the ability to work in cooperation with domestic and international parties in his/her field and also beyond, and
5. the ability to communicate the results of his/her work to diverse audiences.
The teacher in charge of each study unit is responsible for informing the DocMus office of the credits, and the office transfers them to the study record. You can see your credits and enrol in courses via WebOodi, which can be found under the top icon “Tools” in Artsi.
ECTS credits are no longer assigned separately for the individual parts of a demonstration of proficiency, i.e. the artistic demonstrations and the artistic thesis. They are therefore entered into the record as they are completed, but no ECTS credits are entered for them.
The ECTS credits of supplementary studies are entered according to previous practice.
The thesis (“written work” in the old system) is approved in the public examination event.
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