The New England Conservatory of Music (NEC) is the oldest independent school of music in United States. NEC is known for woodwinds, strings, piano, brass departments, and its prestigious chamber music program.
|UG Application Portal||Official Website|
|Annual Endowment||USD 89.6 million|
|Student Retention Rate||90%|
|Mode of Programs||Full time; Online|
|Campus Housing Capacity||255|
|Annual Cost of Attendance||USD 66,030|
|Admission Helpdesk||617-585-1101 | email@example.com|
Programs, Campus and Residence
- The conservatory provides degrees in conducting orchestral instruments, music history and music theory, piano, jazz studies, opera and voice, composition, and contemporary improvisation.
- The main attraction of the campus is the 150 years old Jordan Hall. A new attraction – Student Life and Performance Center along with Jordan Hall deliver the unmatched performance.
- The residence hall is located in the Student Life and Performance Center which also includes common dining area, library and rehearsal space. New students need to live in residence halls for at least 4 semesters.
New England Conservatory of Music Admissions
Intake Seasons – Fall- December 1, Spring – October 15
- Unofficial Transcripts, LOR
- English Proficiency Test Score – TOEFL – 61 (iBT), IELTS – 6.0
- Application Fee – USD 120
- Additional Requirements – Proof of financial support, Essay, Resume, Auditions
Students may apply through the official website of the conservatory.
Cost of Attendance & Financial Aids
- 41% full-time undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid from the university.
- The average need based scholarship offered to the students is of USD 23,702 each.
New England Conservatory of Music Cost of Attendance
|Expenses||Cost in USD|
|Tuition and Fee||46,930|
|Books and Supplies||500|
|Room and Board||15,700|