Whether you long to be a performer, songwriter, singer, composer for media, live sound engineer, theatre technician, dubbing engineer, studio engineer, producer, broadcast manager, sound designer, artist or band manager, events manager, teacher...whatever music career you want let your journey start here. Previous University Studies student course work has included projects with 'Britannia Row', 'Ed Sheeran' and many more. Not only will you gain a UEA validated degree you will have a C.V fortified with real industry work that makes you stand out from other graduates.
Our exceptional Alumni and staff are already embedded in the industry, so you will be networking from the first day of your degree.The programme has been designed from industry employment needs, so that you have the most comprehensive set of transferable skills and an outstanding show-reel. Our graduates have progressed to many exciting destinations including 'Pinewood Studios', and have been nominated for BAFTA and Ivor Novello Awards. The programme has scored with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for game scores and are the only university to have live streamed their concerts.
Professional Networking Techniques
Cinematic Production Project
Performance Techniques (Performance Pathway)
Advanced Mixing (Production Pathway)
Music Business Skills
Industry Live Recording & Broadcasting
Graduates of the course will be able to leave the degree with an amazing show-reel, professional certification, and an exciting Curriculum Vitae to really make them stand out in this very competitive industry.
Notable examples of employment from the past five years include:
Dubbing and Audio Editor (Pinewood Studios)
London Recording Engineer (Crypt Studios)
London Music Producer (Jeff Wayne Music)
FOH Live Sound Engineer (Britannia Row Productions Ltd.)
Singer Songwriter (Dusky Sunday)
Sound Designer (Lucid Games Ltd)
Games Composer (Freelance â€“ BAFTA nominee for 'Thomas Was Alone')
AVID Sales and Marketing Executive
Music TeacherBand Manager
Fees and finance
£1,417 per 20 credit module
Hard drive (recommended 1 TB) (£42)
If you would like to take part in external events (these are not mandatory) there will be some travel costs (eg. £20 travel to a Cadogan Hall recording).
UCAS tariff: 112 Points
A Levels: BBC
Pearson BTEC level 3: DMM
Days & times
Date(s) to be confirmed