FUlfiLLing the Skills, COmpetences and know-how Requirements of cultural and creative players in the European music sector

 


Project Description


FULL SCORE is a 3-year-project running from the 1st September 2014 to the 31st of August 2017, coordinated by the Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen (AEC) with support from the European Commission through the scheme “European Networks” of the Creative Europe programme. 

The project focuses on the ways in which AEC can support higher music education institutions through meetings, conferences, workshops and the development of suitable tools. The project will deliver significant added value in ways that are deliberately intertwined with AEC’s regular activities and events, and with the working groups that plan and deliver them.

FULL SCORE covers a wide range of topicts of high relevance within the field of higher music education. The project is structured in six strands, each of them with different objectives and actions to be developed over the project lifetime. Please see the FULL SCORE project summary: Objectives and actions for a detailed summary of the objectives and actions to be developed in each strand over the three years of the proect implementation (2014-2017).

Project Strands

 
The project structures the content of both its six strands and the AEC events within an integrated 3-year perspective, building links with other relevant events, networks and organisations and achieving cumulative and durable outcomes:

     A. Strengthening of the European Music Education Sector

     B. Evaluation for Enhancement
     B.1. Learning Outcomes Working Group
     C. Conservatoires and the Development of Cultural Policy for Music
     D. Career Development towards Professionalisation and Internationalisation
     E. Conservatoires as Innovators and Audience Developers
     F. Young Musicians as International Networkers

All FULL SCORE meetings and progress reports are available for AEC members upon request. For further information, please contact the AEC Office.