As you you'd expect from a music degree there's so much more than lectures and seminars.
Our workshops with professional musicians and composers give you industry insights, practical experience and networking opportunities. These workshops are usually professionally recorded and can be added to your portfolio.
Collaboration is encouraged. Groups of students often work together across modules - one composes, a second performs while a third produces a recording. This helps you to work on real projects and demonstrates strong team working skills to employers.
We record all of our lectures. This allows you to catch important points again, review your notes and catch up if life means you can't attend in person.
Teaching quality and support
We work hard to provide meaningful and stimulating teaching:
- over 95% of students agree that staff are good at explaining things (National Student Survey 2022)
- all of our teaching staff have nationally recognised teaching qualifications
If you have worries abut your work we won't wait for them to become problems.
You'll have a personal tutor who will support your academic progress and help find solutions to any issues.
- Practical classes