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Berklee Valencia Welcomes 207 Students from 41 Countries

On September 1, 2021, Berklee Valencia began its fall semester by welcoming 207 students from 41 countries including the United States, China, India, Guatemala, Perú, Turkey, Lebanon, Russia, Egypt, Israel, and Singapore, among others. The 2021–2022 student body comprises 147 graduate students, including nine from Spain, four of them from the Valencian autonomous community, and 60 undergraduate students who came to Valencia through the Berklee Study Abroad and First Year Abroad exchange programs.

On its 10th anniversary, the campus will resume its classes through an academic model that combines in-person learning with dynamic remote coursework. All on-campus activities include precautionary measures that minimize the potential spread of COVID-19 so that students can progress toward their personal, academic, and career goals in a safe environment. 

This academic year, Berklee’s international campus will offer a wide array of free concerts including the series Un Lago de Conciertos and the commencement concert La Nit the Berklee, both operating within the program of Música en Abierto in collaboration with the City of Arts and Sciences, and Fall in Love with Valencia, featuring the work of the undergraduate students. The campus will also be part of Berklee a Les Arts, a collaboration with the Palau de les Arts that offers the audience new meeting points for music and other artistic disciplines related to the pieces performed at les Arts, featuring both students and faculty. In addition, the campus will host the Global Career Summit and InoCon, two virtual conferences focusing on different areas of the music industry. 

 With a unique curriculum as well as an International Career Center, the Valencia campus offers Berklee’s first graduate programs in Music Production, Technology, and Innovation, Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration), Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games, and Global Entertainment and Music Business. More than $1.4 million in scholarships has been awarded to graduate students for this academic year.

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