The Music BA course will be taught almost entirely on campus. Live ensemble performances, hands-on learning of recording & production in the studio and Digital Media Workshops will all be on campus, giving you the opportunity to work with our state-of-the art facilities and experience what it’s like to be in a creative community.
We retain a small element online such as 1-1 tutorials as we’ve found students appreciate the option to do this virtually.
If you’re studying on the Music Business and Arts Management BA course, your teaching will also take place primarily on campus, with approximately a quarter being online where suitable. You will also have some flexibility when it comes to choosing between online or in-person tutorials within modules.
If studying on the BA Music programme, you will choose modules to align with your passion in music and graduate with a degree that represents your interests and skills. You will learn from recognised tutors with specialisms that suit your interests, and you’ll graduate with named degree pathways with any of the following titles: BA Music (Performance/Composition), BA Music (Popular) and BA Music (Production).
BA Music Business and Arts Management students will benefit from our active practitioners or researchers in music, the arts, or business as well as guest lecturers. Many prominent industry speakers have visited over recent years such as: Gillian Moore CBE (Southbank Centre); Geoff Travis (Rough Trade), James Gillespie (Sony Music), Tom Robinson (BBC 6Music) and Dave Tomberlin (Interscope-Geffen-A&M).
The team is looking forward to welcoming you to Middlesex! With our state-of-the art facilities and extensive industry connections, we’re excited to see you develop into a professional, ready to take on the music industry.
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