Mode of Study
48 UCAS points from an appropriate level 3 qualification. You will be invited to attend an audition and present a portfolio of your work. You will also need a D or above in GCSE English and maths.
Leads on to
You can continue your studies with a range of outstanding universities – studying and obtaining qualifications in music engineering, instrumentation, commercial recording, music management, song-writing and media studies. Alternatively, you may be ready to join the industry straight from your HND/C qualification – as performers, session musicians, freelance technicians, studio engineers, facilities managers or producers. All students will be well-placed to pursue their chosen route, building on contacts made during their time here.
6165 fees are listed per year
ABOUT THE COURSE
Throughout the course you will study a range of subjects and work on projects covering an eclectic mix of musical styles. You’ll be learning how to deliver consistent freelance work. With this in mind, collaborating with other creative students is essential. You will study a diverse and eclectic mix of musical styles. Time tailored to developing your own, personal focus is another key component. This could be individual instrumental tuition, session musicianship, studio and facilities management, promotion, live performance, recording techniques or music technology.