Admission requirements – Bachelor of Arts
Admission requirements for the first year of the bachelor’s programme include
- a recognised vocational baccalaureate
- a recognised academic baccalaureate
- a recognised specialist baccalaureate in the field of music and theatre
- a certificate of a recognised three-year commercial school or a recognised three-year upper-secondary specialised school
- a certificate of another, equivalent recognised upper-secondary education programme providing general education
- documentation of another, equivalent programme providing general education and
- in any case, the successful completion of the admission procedures.
In exceptional cases such as extraordinary artistic talent, the requirement of a successful completion of an upper-secondary degree programme may be waived.
Admission requirements – Master of Arts
Admission requirements for the master’s programme at the Lucerne School of Music include a bachelor’s degree or an equivalent university or tertiary degree and, in any case, the successful completion of the admission procedures.
Entrance examination fees
The registration for the entrance examination is legally binding. The registration fee will be paid directly with the registration.
You may pay your registration fee using a PostFinance Card (debit card), TWINT, a credit card (Mastercard or VISA) and PostFinance Mastercard® Value. Once the payment goes through, PostFinance will send you a confirmation of payment via email. If you pay by credit card on the website via payment service providers PostFinance or SIX, your surname, first name, address, post code, city, email address and credit card information will be forwarded to both your credit card issuer and credit card acquirer. If you decide to pay by credit card, you will be prompted to enter all the information required for the transaction.
Digital teaching activities
Copyright and personal rights as well as the right to one’s own image also apply to online teaching activities. Written material, videos and other teaching materials made available on ILIAS and in web meetings must not be shared with third parties. The recording of web meetings requires the prior express consent of all parties involved.
Data protection guidelines
- Use of personal data
§1 The Lucerne School of Music conforms to the applicable data protection legislation when handling the personal data of students.
§2 With their binding application, students consent to the Lucerne School of Music processing and/or linking their personal data (e.g. first name, surname, matriculation number, ECTS credits, degree programme etc.) and photos for the purposes of planning, organisation, evaluation, funding, statistics, information, continuing education advice, in-house learning platforms and classroom portraits. This applies before, during and after the degree programme. This also includes the transmission of the necessary data to the federal offices BFS and SERI, the Intercantonal Agreement Cantons, the Swiss Confederation and the Central Compensation Office (CENT).
§3 With their binding application, students also consent to their data (first name, surname, address, phone number, e-mail address, date of birth, specialisation, commencement of studies, date of graduation, School) being passed on to the alumni association of the University of Applied Sciences for Central Switzerland (Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts Alumni) after completion of their degree programme/continuing and executive education programme in order to take out their free-of-charge one-year membership. If students do not wish for their personal data to be disclosed to the alumni association for the purpose of taking out a free-of-charge one-year membership, they may notify the association office via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
2. Use of third-party services
By using third-party services such as Mobility car sharing, University Sports etc., students consent to their data being passed on for the administration of these services by the Lucerne School of Music. Only data given voluntarily by students as part of the registration process will be passed on to third parties. It cannot be ruled out, however, that data may be seen by others while being passed on by third parties.
The degree program conforms to the applicable regulations in place at the start of a given degree program. We expressly reserve the right to make changes and/or amendments to existing regulations and to issue new regulations during the degree program. These shall apply for all students as soon as they come into effect. The regulations can be read online at any time and are available on request from the Lucerne School of Music.