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Questions about Universities policy

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To whom it may concern,

As you told us at the Sunday's lecture to use this forum for questions, I feel free to pose few of them.

First, I would like to ask if universities in the US allow second or third master’s program (I would like to apply for Music business, which would be my third master’s program). I would also like to know if there is any age limit for enrolling at this level of studies because I will soon be 35.

Thanks for your assistance,



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Dear Dragan,

Thank you for your questions.  First of all, applying for a third masters that will be in "Music Business" makes sense because it is for all practical purposes a professional degree program.  Of course part of admission is making a good case for yourself - is this a career transition for you from music to the business end of music?  Or perhaps you have worked in business and now wish to specialize in this particular area.  

As far as age goes, you should not be worried.  According to this linked Council of Graduate Schools Research Report something like 33% of graduate students in the US are over 35 years of age - and of those 22% are over 40 so you can even find a mentor ;-) 

One of the big pluses of the US higher education system is that it does allow a person to reinvent him or herself at different points in life. 



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Dear professor,

Thank you for the quick response to my question regarding to the age limit for enrolling to any level of studies. If it is not a burden, I would also like to ask if you could recommend some universities in the US that offer good music business programs for graduate students, including graduate assistantship programs.



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