Selection Process

The periodicity of admission to PPGMUS UFBA is yearly, and the selective process is carried out in two stages. In the first phase, the applicant is required to submit a preliminary research project, which must be aligned with one of the research lines of the various concentration areas of the program, and the submission of its Lattes Curriculum. Applicants/candidates who are accepted for the second phase must attend the headquarters of the PPGMUS/UFBA in order to carry out the selective process as described by a specific notice. The number of entranders is determined by the collegiate, taking into account the ability to orientate teachers.

The competences expected for the egresses/those of the PPGMUS are:

a) in the master's degree: critical capacity; Conceptual and methodological domain of research in its area of concentration; Reflective teaching performance, with mastery of pedagogical tools for the elaboration of programmatic contents appropriate to teaching activities in the graduation in their area of concentration in contemporaneity; Technical domain of your instrument. Ethical posture in research and capacity to develop actions that strengthen interlocutions with society, as well as reflections on the same

b) in the doctorate: in addition to the competencies listed above, mastery of research techniques in your area; Leadership and innovation capacity; Excellence in your instrument.

In general, in relation to graduates, we emphasize that there has been an institutional absorption of the same in IES where they work in areas of teaching, research and extension. In particular in each area, whether of performance, teaching, composition, musicology or ethnomusicology, the same have been adopting a dialogical perspective with communities and, in some cases, also with social movements.

In the area of music education there is a very comprehensive performance of the graduates in IES, schools of the public network (at all levels), private schools, admission of the graduates of the master's degree in doctorate.

In composition, in addition to the continuity for the doctorate, in the case of the Masters/students, there was also great absorption of graduates in the IES, awards in major national and international competitions.

In Musical execution-interpretive practices and Regency (choir and orchestral studies), in addition to the same composition profile, there is an activity as professors and participants in various festivals.

Finally, in musicology, we highlight the same academic insertion of the graduates to professors of national and international universities.