You've found your passion, and now you're ready to turn that into a career.
Our students acquire skills that serve them well past graduation. While many students choose to double major in another discipline, those that decide to pursue music beyond their years at Washington University have an incredible variety of paths from which to choose. Our students have won Fulbright awards to open a music education center in the Dominican Republic or to study guitar at The Hague. Our students now teach at Juilliard and have been able to sit in the pit of Broadway musicals developing ground-breaking new approaches to musicology research. Many Washington University graduates are performers, composers, scholars, and social-change advocates in the field of music.
Finding a career after you graduate can seem like a daunting task. Fortunately, we have the resources to help you.