Are you considering studying in the Kodály Institute or planning to send a student of yours to study there?

Here are the latest information about the study options in the 2021/22 Academic Year for prospective students:


 Dear Prospective Students,

Thank you for your interest in the academic programmes of the Kodály Institute of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music.
As we have started preparations for the 2021-2022 academic year, I would like to share with you some useful information which will assist you in preparation for your study year at the Kodály Institute.

Starting from September 2021 we plan to fully return to in-person teaching. As health, safety and well-being of our staff and students will remain our highest priority we may be opting for a hybrid mode of teaching, which will include a mix of offline and online learning in an optimum combination.

As a formal requirement, all our full-time students enrolled in one of our courses (BA, MA or non-degree), are expected to live in Kecskemét during the academic year. This requirement has been set in order to ensure that students’ time spent with us is as rewarding and fulfilling as possible.

Part-time students of the non-degree study programme should contact the Registrar’s office concerning the residence requirement.

We will be offering online classes separate from our BA, MA and non-degree programmes. These online classes will be available in the form of live remote sessions in the following subjects:

 (1) musicianship at three different levels - weekly 1,5-hour-long interactive session for the course of ten consecutive weeks available both terms

(2) methodology - weekly 1,5-hour-long lecture for the course of ten consecutive weeks available both terms

(3) individual voice lessons - weekly 30 minutes for the course of ten consecutive weeks available both terms

Students applying for these live remote sessions will be exempt from the residence requirement.

I hope that this short message helps you making the right choices concerning your studies with us.

Kind regards,

László Norbert Nemes



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About Kodályhub

The Kodály HUB is a public on-line Knowledge Centre in which a Musicbook, a Community, a Calendar and further resources are available to assist teachers in their everyday work. The Songbook contains several hundred songs and music listening materials from all over the world. The songs are analysed using many key, searchable parameters and (when relevant) accompanied by a game or movement activity to support the teaching objectives and increase the enjoyment of the lesson. 

The Kodály HUB was created under an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Programme Kodály HUB - Sing. Learn. Share.

In 2019, 2020, 2021, the maintenance of the Kodály HUB has been supported by the National Cultural Fund of Hungary and the "Everyday Singing" programme of the Ministry of Human Capacities of Hungary, the fee of the logo registration was covered by the National Research and Development Office of Hungary.

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