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On September 10, 2018, Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain opened its doors to 282 students from 44 countries, including Iran, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Hong Kong, Italy, China, India, South Korea, Malaysia, Greece, the United States, and more. The 2018–2019 student body comprises 151 graduate students, including a new high of 11 from Spain, and 131 undergraduate students who came to Valencia via the Berklee Study Abroad and First Year Abroad exchange programs.
Berklee’s first international campus also announced that it will present a slew of concerts in the coming year. Among the highlights: Synesthesia, the Musaico Festival, Concerts a la Fundació, co-organized with Fundación Bancaja, and Música en Abierto con Berklee, in collaboration with the City of Arts and Sciences, which features the popular concert series Un Lago de Conciertos.
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 million in scholarships have been awarded to graduate students this academic year.
Berklee Valencia is designed for globally minded students who want to pursue an international career in a variety of contemporary fields. Located in the iconic City of Arts and Sciences, the campus provides its students with the environment, facilities, and faculty expertise to help them develop their skills and succeed as future professionals and leaders in the music and entertainment industries.
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