|Degree:||Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (BA (Hons))|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||9,250 GBP|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||15,000 GBP|
Try your hand at new techniques and ideas, and develop your own unique approach to music making. If you're inspired by new and diverse music, from jazz to pop to classical, and want to embrace a spirit of innovation, this is the course for you.
BA(Hons) Music is built around five guiding principles. The course is practice based - you can choose to specialise in performance, composition, songwriting, production, sound art or musicology, or in a mixture of these disciplines. It's contemporary - we draw knowledge from the past, but focus on the musical world as it is today, both stylistically and in terms of the career opportunities. It's stylistically eclectic - we support students with a broad range of musical styles including popular, classical, jazz, folk, and electronica. It's experimental - we help you to establish a creative and innovative approach to music making, to form new and interesting collaborations with other artists, and to develop your own musical voice. Finally, it's skills focused - we help you develop a broad range of musicianship skills, particularly theory and notation, to ensure you are ready for a range of careers in the music industry.