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Erasmus Policy Statement
The strategic lines of the CPM Music Institute are based on our tradition and propensity to provide fully operational contemporary students in the Popolar Music labor market. The importance of the Anglo-Saxon world and the role of ethnic music is for us something that must be combined with our tradition. Exchanges and ongoing or future reports start from this vision. For this reason our main goals and intentions are to make students aware of the different ways of operating in the international music market, of artistic creativity, performative art and teaching, providing them with opportunities for comparison. At the base of the choice of the partner Institutions, with which to sign bilateral agreements, there is mutual understanding and academic compatibility. The factors of choice are different: the educational offer of the partner Institute (similar or better than the offer of the CPM Music Institute). The CPM Music Institute identifies its partners in all EU and non-EU areas participating in the Program, without any kind of discrimination as reported in the Art. 21 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. This guarantees study and professional experiences in various linguistic, social and cultural areas, which also correspond to different approaches to studying and performing music practices. The main purposes of international mobility activities are those foreseen by the Program for the modernization of higher education in Europe: modernization and internalisation of the Institute, improvement of the quality of its educational offer, the possibility offered to participants to live a study experience and/or working in a country of language and culture other than one's own, practical help for mobile participants to increase their skills and theoretical and artistic knowledge, create their own network of contacts, improving professional and employment prospects. Mobility and international cooperation activities are addressed both to students enrolled in the First Level Academic Diploma courses, and to teaching staff (we have hosted masterclasses and workshops with international teachers for years) and administrative staff. The selection of the participants takes place in full respect of equality, transparency and consistency, without any discrimination (sex, race, disability, belonging to a minority, age, sexual orientation, ethnic or social origin, genetic characteristics, language, religion or confession, politics or opinion) guaranteeing equal and right opportunities to all potential participants.

ECHE 2014-2020

The CPM Music Institute is also a member of the AEC (Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen), thus returning to a cultural and educational network that provides a platform for the exchange of experiences and ideas between the member institutions and for the identification and sharing of the best choices in European higher music education. Participating in AEC meetings gives rectors, international relations coordinators and teaching staff the opportunity to share good practices, consolidate existing partnerships and open new ones, collaborate in teaching and training projects. In February 2019 the CPM Music Institute took part in the AEC Pop & Jazz Platform Meeting held in Trondheim (N). The CPM Music Institute is already present in the world of work thanks to contacts with agencies and educational institutions operating in Italy, Europe and outside Europe. These include the Barley Arts of Milan and the STM - Scuola del Teatro Musicale, which consistently organize casting directly in our structure by selecting our students for national and international productions, offering them work both in Italy and abroad, as happened more times with productions such as "We Will Rock You" entrusted to Barley Arts, on behalf of Queen's English management who brings this musical comedy to the UK and Europe. Significant are the exchanges underway with international agencies and delegations such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the figure of the President of the CIDU (Interministerial Committee for Human Rights) with which it intends to develop a project of musical actions in Europe. A second line of work is the marked interest in our teaching model by members of the Chinese music world (CMIA - INTEX) who visited our facility with great interest, inviting us to the Shanghai International Fair (October 2018) to illustrate our integrated model of student, teaching and research community.

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