|Degree:||Bachelor of Music (BMus)|
|University website:||Community Music|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||1,820 GBP|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||15,300 GBP|
The BMus (Hons) Community Music programme is an established and innovative programme unique in Scotland. The programme prepares you for a flexible career as a musical practitioner who is able to work across a spectrum of community and educational settings, combining a wide range of community based, education and musical skills.
From the commencement of your specialist studies on the programme you will engage extensively in placement learning across settings of your own choosing and interest, allowing you to develop and define your personal identity as a community musician. In your fourth year you will have the opportunity to design and implement you own project with the full support of your peers, community partners, visiting specialists and the programme team.
‘All in all, this is an innovative course that seems to be growing in sophistication and strength, with exciting potential for interdisciplinary collaboration and development. The course provides students with a strong practical and theoretical foundation, and, most importantly, students come away with the confidence to move forward into society with the requisite knowledge and skills to become successful, reflective practitioners.’
Dr Georgia Pike, External Examiner
Convenor, Music Education Program, Australian National University