At CIM, students are introduced to a rich curriculum and coached by renowned artists. Our partnership with Case Western Reserve University enables CIM students to take non-music courses and earn dual degrees, including an educational degree. Students can also choose to double major in the areas of theory, composition, eurhythmics or audio recording.
Being a CIM graduate also has its perks. CIM's Orchestral Career Fellowship, a new scholarship program available to CIM alumni, offers support that empowers our graduates to win positions in major US or international orchestras. Upon completion of this course of study, fellows earn an Artist Diploma.
The immersive and creative educational process at CIM empowers all of our artists to leave the Institute fully prepared for the future.