Berklee Valencia

Berklee in Valencia is the college’s first international campus, with a unique curriculum. With the Valencia campus, the college offers a new way for musicians around the world to join the global music community—as performers, as practitioners, and as leaders.

Berklee in Valencia focuses on five main areas:

Master’s Degree Programs

Our Valencia campus focuses primarily on graduate programs in the following areas: contemporary performance; global entertainment and music business; scoring for film, television, and video games; and music technology innovation.

Study Abroad in Spain

Undergraduate students have the opportunity to spend a semester or year at Berklee's international campus in Valencia, Spain. Students develop their skills, competences, and mindset to become music leaders at an international level. All credits earned will apply towards graduation. For more information, visit Study Abroad. For specific questions, email studyabroad@berklee.edu or call 617 747-2700.

The International Career Center

This center expands international opportunities for Berklee students through a variety of initiatives that include internships for those candidates with the most talent and qualifications, and networking opportunities in the Valencia signature areas of study.

Mediterranean Music Institute

Students, experienced Berklee educators, visiting musicians, and new faculty from Spain and beyond will meet in Valencia to explore the many fusions of global music prevalent in and around the Mediterranean rim. The institute will help make Berklee in Valencia a hub for the study, evolution, and proliferation of the many musical genres associated with the Mediterranean region, including flamenco.

Special Programs and Professional Certificates

Berklee’s campus in Valencia regularly offers unique programs in contemporary music. These include clinics, workshops, and seminars as well as short, concentrated sessions in areas such as performance, flamenco, film scoring, music business, technology and production, and education.

The new campus is housed in the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, an iconic building designed for music and equipped with state-of-the-art technology, with an unparalleled faculty of inspiring educators and cutting-edge industry professionals. Students in Valencia also benefit from a city where music is essential to its history and its citizens, and that offers exposure to a panoply of cultures, audiences, and master musicians. When you’re in Valencia, you’re not only in Spain, you’re in direct connection to some of the richest musical cultures in the world—including South America, the Middle East, Europe, and North Africa.