You’ll have the opportunity to work with musicians, artists and music producers across the music degrees, and take part in the annual European Capital City Showcase in cities like Barcelona, Amsterdam and Prague. Work on live business briefs and graduate with a rich production portfolio and industry contacts, ready for a successful music career. Benefit from links with BBC Introducing (hosted on campus each year), EMI, and Gloucestershire-based Wychwood and 2000trees music festivals. Learn from lecturers with diverse industry experience including musical direction for Blur and Gorillaz, producer of music for Broken (2013) and 8 Minutes Idle (2012), producers for Sony and Universal and BAFTA award winners.
You’ll benefit from excellent facilities and support as part of the close-knit Media School. This includes industry-standard technologies and a digital suite. Using the ground-breaking Dante Audio Networking system, you’re able to compose, perform and record your work in a dynamic range of spaces that are suited to individual, small and large-group projects.
This course is 100% coursework.
The course has industry-standard JAMES (Joint Audio Media Education Support) accreditation. This means that students develop industry-relevant for working in the music and entertainment industries, across the UK and internationally.
You can apply until:
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During your first year you’ll explore composition, performance and creative music production. With a market-focused approach you’ll write and record songs, develop audio-visual content and play gigs as part of a vibrant community of musicians. You’ll also examine music’s place in cultural, economic and political contexts. Performance continues as a focus in your second year, with regular live events, on and off campus. You’ll explore the potential of web and broadcast technologies as a live performance platform, as well as music for moving image. You’ll also develop expertise in business relevant to your musical area.
You need the following IELTS score:
Minimum required score:
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