Berklee offers various opportunities to current and potential students to experience Berklee all over the world. Learn more about our programs:
The Berklee International Network (BIN) is a partnership of academic institutions that shares Berklee’s commitment to contemporary music education around the world. The BIN creates an environment where members collaborate in programming, student/faculty exchanges, curriculum development, and Berklee auditions and interviews.
Berklee Latino, the college’s first-ever program to feature an all-Spanish language curriculum, held its inaugural event in Mexico City on January of 2014. The one-week program is led by artistic director and Latin Grammy-winner Javier Limón, and academic director and Latin Grammy-winner Oscar Stagnaro. Berklee Latino offers Spanish-speaking students from around the world the opportunity to learn from Berklee faculty and explore the essence of Latin music, focusing on three major areas of study: songwriting, performance, and production skills.
Berklee on the Road (BOR) programs provide prospective students the chance to experience elements of the Berklee curriculum. During these programs, students participate in lectures, labs, master classes, ensembles, workshops, and jam sessions during the day. In the evening, students have the opportunity to attend special events, panel discussions, and live performances.
Berklee’s Study Abroad in Spain program provides students with the opportunity to become successful global music leaders and to prepare for international careers. Students will study at Berklee's international campus in Valencia, Spain. There, steeped in the rich Mediterranean culture, they can take advantage of performance and experiential learning opportunities, meet with top artists, and network within the international music industry.