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Berklee Valencia master’s students are eligible to apply for a program that allows them to remain on campus for up to one year in order to further develop their culminating experience project or to work on a new project that has stemmed from their master’s work. Students in this program have access to facilities, can perform in concerts, and can take courses. In addition, students are assigned a faculty mentor who guides them through the semester. Students must start the program in the fall semester following their initial enrollment, and can remain on campus for three consecutive semesters (fall, spring, and summer).
Students participating in this program:
Participating students will be enrolled in a full-time directed study, and will be assigned a faculty advisor.
The program fee is $8,750 and is billed on a per-semester basis ($3,500 for the fall and spring, respectively, and $1,750 for the summer). This includes access to facilities and services (as listed above), a faculty mentor, health insurance, and access to the medical team and counseling services. Students who want to take undergraduate or graduate classes will be billed for these classes at Berklee’s per-credit hour rate for undergraduate and graduate credits. Financial aid, including U.S. federal aid, is not available for this program.
In order to be eligible for this program, students must have:
Students are responsible for securing the extension of their student visas for this program. Documentation around this process will be provided, but legal and other assistance will not. If possible, Berklee Valencia will organize a group appointment with the Comisaria de Policia for students to renew their TIEs once their student visa extension has been approved. If you are required to have a visa to study in Spain, you will not be allowed to check in until you can provide proof that you have obtained that visa.
Admission to the program is not guaranteed.