September 14: Third Term Papers due.
Please submit an electronic copy of the paper to Prof. Stefano Mengozzi and also deposit one hard copy of all relevant materials in his mailbox at Moore.
September 28: Deadline to register for Music History General Preliminary Exams. Sign up with Annie Wagner (2277 Moore). Note: Historical musicology students in their third term are required to sit for the Musicology Preliminary Exam.
September 30: Deadline to register for Language Proficiency Exams.
Anyone wishing to take a proficiency exam in any language should sign up with Annie Wagner (2277 Moore) as soon as possible. Exam dates, times, and locations for the fall term will be established on the basis of student demand and faculty availability.
October 1: Deadline to register for Music Theory Preliminary Exam. Sign up with Annie Wagner (2277 Moore).
October 5-8: Music History General Preliminary Exam.
October 15: Residential College Course proposal due
Proposals should be sent electronically to Prof. Stefano Mengozzi and should include a detailed syllabus that contains a concise description of the course as well as a bibliography.
October 19: Music Theory Preliminary Exam. 12:30pm-5:00pm, location TBD.
November 1-4: American Musicological Society Conference
November 7: Revised Third Term Papers due
Please submit an electronic copy of the revised paper to Prof. Stefano Mengozzi and also deposit one hard copy of all relevant materials in his mailbox at Moore.
November 15: Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship Application Due
Please note that the department/SMTD application deadline for Rackham Predoctoral Fellowships far earlier than Rackham’s deadline of Jan 15.
November 15-18: Society for Ethnomusicology Conference
January 15: GSI preferences from students due via online form.
February TBA: Deadline for registration for Music Theory Preliminary Exams. Sign up with Annie Wagner (2277 Moore)
March TBA: Music Theory Preliminary Exams
April TBA: Musicology Pre-candidate Self-assessments due (send document via email to Prof. Stefano Mengozzi).
All students admitted to the PhD program in Musicology are provided with five-year funding packages. Students are supported each term either through an appointment as a Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) or through a fellowship, as detailed below. It is typical for students to serve as GSIs for approximately three years during the five-year funding period. All funding is conditional upon satisfactory progress toward the degree and satisfactory fulfillment of teaching obligations. Funding beyond the fifth year is not guaranteed; however, graduate students may qualify for additional support, including teaching opportunities, fellowships, and tuition-only fellowships.
- Graduate Student Instructor assignments provide a full tuition waiver, GradCare medical insurance, and a stipend of $19,350 in exchange for teaching and related duties.
- Regents Fellowships provide a full tuition waiver and a stipend of $19,000/year ($9,500/semester).
- Rackham offers a number of selective fellowships for graduate students at different stages of their career.
- Students are also encouraged to apply for funding from external sources. In addition to providing financial assistance, outside awards serve as formal recognition of significant accomplishments and promise as researchers and teachers.