|Full-time||£14,900 (£7,450 per year)|
This Music Practitioner Foundation Degree is a unique and innovative programme designed for those musicians wishing to continue their music studies at university level. This two-year course focuses on the language of music, devising, performing, recording, composing, songwriting, improvisation, context and collaboration with other creative media.
You will be able to take the work that you have made at the College and apply its principles elsewhere. You will be able to reach out, beyond the City and nationally, indeed internationally, to other cities via touring and festivals. It has been shaped by feedback from recent successful students, who were asked what it is they “want and need” from higher education and, as a result, is designed to support students in finding employment.
During the course, students will be deeply immersed in the industry structures and business processes necessary to help them develop their skills as independent freelance music practitioners.
The course will enable you to develop the creative, technical and employability skills essential for working in today’s highly diverse music industry. You will organise and take part in activities ranging from staging events, publishing original music, and liaising and collaborating with a broad range of clients in a wide range of performance contexts throughout the year.