Bachelor's Degree - Conservatoıre

General Information

This programme aims to teach Wind and Percussion Instruments Literature with technical and musical solo and group work and train undergraduates as artists.

Length of Programme & Number of Credits

4 Year - 240 ECTS

Feature & Definition

1 Bassoon, Oboe, Clarinet, Flute, Horn, Trombone, Trumpet studio, 1 correpetition studio, 3 study rooms where students can study freely, 1 Orchestra Hall, 1 solfeggio classroom, 2 concert halls, 1 percussion studio, 1 Instrument Maintenance Workshop and 1 Library and Note archive inÇukurova University State Conservatory, Music Department, Wind-Percussion Instruments Department.Anasanat students can work in these studios and halls for their projects and concerts in company with their teachers and advisors.

Mode of Study

Full Time

Head of Department


ECTS / Course Catalog Coordinator


Erasmus Coordinator


Internship Coordinator

Orientation Staff



This programme aims to train indivuals who will graduate from Wind-Percussion Instruments Bachelor of Education program playing the instruments using the technical and musical methods in an effective way, who have adopted an aesthetic point of view, can play and any work of art as solo or with group, gain the ability to transfer the feelings and thoughts in the work of art to the audience, have the art ethics and professional discipline, and who are aware of the responsibility to themselves, their nations and the humanity.


As a Wind and Percussion Undergraduate Program, our goal is; to train graduates who are preferred nationally and internationally; to contribute to social life with the aesthetics and spirit of art through our graduates and artistic works.

Specific Admission Requirements

(1) General Admission Requirements: The general requirements for students to be admitted to the Music and Performing Arts Departments are as follows: a) Health status (physically and spiritually) to comply with the criteria required for the relevant Art / Art branch. b) Not having been cut off from any public or private school with a disciplinary offence. c) To graduate from the relevant Main Art / Art branches of the Music and Performing Arts High Schools of the State Conservatories or to be a high school graduate or equivalent. d) For candidates who graduated from a high school other than State Conservatory Music and Performing Arts High Schools, to have a score of at least 150 points or more from one of the TYT score types of the year to which the application will be made. e) For foreign national candidates; To have the conditions specified in the International Student Admission and Registration Directive for Cukurova University Associate and Undergraduate Programs. f) To complete the pre-registration procedures completely and correctly within the period announced by the Rector's Office and submit it to the relevant unit. g) To take the admission exams on the day, place and time announced by the Rectorate and to be successful in these exams. h) In order to apply for the two-stage level determination exams of the Music Department (Piano Major, String Instruments Major, Wind-Percussion Instruments Major); be at most 22 years old. (Candidates who have graduated from the Music and Performing Arts High Schools of the State Conservatories and who do not take a break from their education for more than two years are not required to be 22 years old.) . (Year/month/day is taken into account when calculating age.) i) For those who have not completed the Music and Performing Arts High Schools of the State Conservatory, among the candidates who will take the two-stage placement exams of the Music Department (Piano Major, String Instruments Major, Wind-Percussion Instruments Major); To have succeeded in the First Stage and Second Stage exams of the major arts/arts branches applied for. Music Department Special Admission Requirements: (1) The special conditions for the admission exams for Wind-Percussion Instruments (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Trumpet, Trombone and Percussion Instruments) are as follows: a) Candidates in the First Stage Exam; Performing, playing, presenting all major and minor scales and arpeggios (within two octaves), two etudes of different characters, one piece in sonata form or variation form with piano accompaniment, and a whole concerto (concerto and sonatas must belong to different periods) to the Commission, and they have enter the exam with his own accompanist by providing the accompanying parts of the works. b) In the Second Stage exam, candidates have to get 70 (seventy) points out of 100 (one hundred) by evaluating musical hearing as 20%, reading 20%, writing 40%, music theories 10%, simple polyphony 10%.

Qualification Awarded


Level of Qualification


Qualification Requirements of Graduation

They must be successful in all courses, practices and studies in the curriculum of the department or program they are registered to, and must have completed two hundred and forty (240) ECTS at the undergraduate level and have a GPA of at least 2.00.

Access to Further Studies

The graduates of this program are eligible to apply for admission to graduate studies in same field or related areas if they pass the evaluation process designated according to the regulations of “Çukurova University Graduate Education and Examination Committee”, which includes ALES, general point of average, and the interview.


There is no Internship Course in our program.

Applied Course

The courses in the conservatory consist of five different groups: main vocational courses, auxiliary vocational courses, culture courses, common compulsory courses and elective courses. The lessons that make up the groups are shown in the education program. All the main vocational courses of the Wind and percussion program are applied courses. Apart from the Theory courses of auxiliary vocational courses (Wind and percussion instruments Literature, Form Knowledge, Analysis, Harmony,) all auxiliary vocational courses are also carried out as practical courses. Applied Courses are conducted in the studio and/or application areas of the relevant course. (1) The main vocational courses taught in the conservatory in each academic year are considered to be complementary to the previous year and prerequisite courses related to that year's education. For this reason, the class passing system is applied, not the passing the course. (2) Students who fail any of the main vocational courses and/or more than two auxiliary vocational courses in all classes of the conservatory repeat the year. Students who repeat a grade cannot take courses from the upper class. (3) Exams, basic vocational courses, auxiliary vocational courses, culture courses and common compulsory courses, make-up courses and practice studies (rehearsals) can also be held on Saturdays. Attendance requirement in applied courses: (1) Attendance to classes and practices is mandatory. A student who does not attend more than twenty percent of the main profession courses, thirty percent of the auxiliary profession, culture and common compulsory courses will not be taken to the exam for that course. The list of those who are not entitled to take the exam due to absenteeism is announced one week before the exam period. (2) Except for the main vocational courses and applied auxiliary vocational courses, if the attendance requirement has been fulfilled in the previous semester, the attendance requirement is not sought, provided that the exam is taken.

Work Placement

There is no Workplace Training application in our program.

Double Major, Additional Major & Exchange Possibilities

Students enrolled in the program can participate in International or National exchange programs with Universities accepted by the Higher Education Institution in other classes, except for the 1st year.

Employment Opportunities

Graduates of this program can work as an artist at various art institutions (conservatories, orchestras, etc.).