Discover Uni relies on superficially similar courses being coded in the same way. For example, Music courses and Music Technology courses can have exactly the same code despite being very different programmes with quite distinct educational and career outcomes. Many of our students do enter the music profession in one guise or another. Recent graduates include pianist Tom Poster, Royal Harpist Anne Denholm, composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad, jazz musician Misha Mullov-Abbado, and record producer and audio engineer Myles Eastwood.

Find theequivalent international qualificationsfor our entry requirements. +We recognise Music practical and theory exams from ABRSM, Trinity, Rockschool and LCM. Trainee Music Leaders and pupils at Thomas Buxton School have an insightful time reflecting on their experiences and turning them into their own creative pieces of music. Discover Uni draws on national data to provide average salaries and employment/continuation data. Discover Uni is currently piloting use of the Longitudinal Education Outcomes data to demonstrate possible career progression; it is important to note that this is experimental and its use may be modified as it embeds. Discover Uni allows you to compare information about individual courses at different higher education institutions.

We work with partners nationally to create a network of support for young composers and those who educate them. We build and engage audiences for new sound and music, through diverse stories, artist-led touring, digital content, events, data-driven campaigning and partnerships across the UK. The information displayed in this section shows a shortened summary of our entry requirements. For more information, or for full entry requirements for Music degrees, see our detailed entry requirements section.

You may wish to continue honing your skills as a musician and specialising in composition, performance and musicology, especially in your final year. Alternatively, you can specialise in teaching in the BMus programme. We support our EU and international students by providing a generous range of Vice-Chancellor’s automatic and merit-based scholarships.

This module offers a practical introduction to organising, arranging for, rehearsing and performing with groups of singers of any level, from beginners to professionals. It is particularly aimed at students who are interested in community music or music e… We are committed to ensuring that all learners with the potential to succeed, regardless of their background, are encouraged to apply to study with us. The additional information gained through contextual data allows us to recognise a learner’s potential to succeed in the context of their background and experience. Applicants who are highlighted in this way will be made an offer which is lower than the typical offer for that programme. International Pathway Courses are specialist programmes designed for international students who want to study in the UK.

Although it emerged in the South Bronx in the 1970s, the history of hip-hop goes far beyond the USA and includes myriad transnational exchanges. This module explores important historical and contemporary techniques and approaches to composition to give you a range of ways of thinking about creating, varying, transforming and organising materials. This module focuses on the detailed ‘hands-on’ analysis of works of European art music, guided by a selection of classic and contemporary theoretical and analytical writings that challenge assumptions about the inner structure of musical works. This module is based on a selection of recent and innovative scholarly writings on music, which challenge the reader to examine their assumptions about the nature of both scholarship and music as cultural practices. This module aims to introduce you to some of the major musical forms, techniques and styles cultivated between 1750 and 1900. During the module you will develop your knowledge and understanding of ‘Classical’ and ‘Romantic’ musical styles and genres while…

We provide a range of study options for international students in partnership with INTO. You can also work with individual staff members on your own projects, whether as an advanced performer, composer, historian, analyst, ethnomusicologist or music scientist. In this way, while our course gives you the solid understanding of the subject which a music degree should guarantee, it also offers you the flexibility you need to prepare for life after Cambridge. The UK government also provides living costs support to Home students from the UK and those with settled status who meet the residence requirements. The course is broadly based but allows increasing specialisation and choice as you proceed.

We are a global, independent music company dedicated to bringing visuals to life with standout music. We focus on building meaningful relationships to better serve our clients throughout the world’s media industries, working in partnership to provide music curation, licensing, custom music, sonic branding and more. Lossless audio compression reduces the original file size of a song while preserving all the data perfectly. Apple Music is making its entire catalogue of more than 90 million songs available in lossless audio at different resolutions. In Apple Music, “Lossless” refers to lossless audio up to 48kHz, and “Hi-Res Lossless” refers to lossless audio from 48kHz to 192kHz.

Support varies between Colleges – please request details from individual Colleges. In addition, the Faculty hosts several resident ensembles , which perform regularly and offer masterclasses, coaching and further composition workshops for students. Discover Uniprovides applicants with statistics about undergraduate life at Oxford. But there is so much more to an Oxford degree that the numbers can’t convey.