Be supported to enhance the health and wellbeing of adults or children with additional needs – as well as your own career.
Once you graduate from one of our internationally recognised music therapy and dramatherapy courses, you’ll be qualified to teach around the world – and inspired to help change lives through your work.
Learning is experiential, and includes lectures, practical workshops and theoretical studies led by practicing therapists. It’s also combined with a focus on self-reflection and clinical placements in various settings, so that you’re best placed to use your skills in a career that impacts on people’s lives.
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Get professional training in dramatherapy: our emphasis on clinical placements and a range of dramatherapy approaches will prepare you for work in the arts therapies. When you graduate, you will be qualified to work as a dramatherapist in the UK and overseas, and eligible for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council in the UK.
Our PhD research programmes in Cambridge will allow you to explore your own interests in musicology, supported by the expertise of our staff.
Our Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research is an international centre for research into music therapy, putting you at the heart of new music therapy research worldwide. Our large community of PhD students, and links to seven other universities across the world, will make you part of a team that leads on music therapy research.
Qualify to work as a music therapist in the UK and overseas, and become eligible for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council in the UK.
Our PhD research programmes will allow you to explore your own interests in theatre, drama and performance, supported by the expertise of our staff.