Music Level 3 UAL (University of the Arts London)apply now Options
|Course Title||Music Level 3 UAL (University of the Arts London)|
|Start Date||9th September 2019|
|Fees||Fee details on enquiry. All learners are fee-assessed at enrolment|
About the Course
This course is for musicians who want to enter the music industry as performers, producers, singer/songwriters or those who want to get into a business role within the industry.
What you will study
You will study and develop skills in performance, production, composition, musicianship and music business.
You will be encouraged to learn additional instruments to your first study instrument and perform in College and at venues in Camden and across London. You will also have the opportunity to record in the College's recording studios.
Your portfolio of work will also be considered for representation by the College's in-house record label.
Although the emphasis is on practical and performance work you will need to complete written assignments and develop your skills as an informed and reflective practitioner through evaluative logbooks and rehearsal diaries. You will learn to evaluate and comment critically on both professional work and your own creative practice, gaining insight into the wider performing arts industry through contextual and industry studies.
Many of your teachers are professional musicians, which gives the course a real work focus. During your course you will be engaging in work activities aimed at giving you an insight into working in this industry.
Students will be assessed continuously over the two years of the study programme across the Diploma & the Extended Diploma. Each project will test your ability to communicate effectively, prepare work for production output in a timely manner, and demonstrate your potential to work within your chosen field.
You will be assessed through your finished products which should contain all your research, planning and production evidence.?
Ex students have successfully found work in all areas of the industry.
Most students progress to university before embarking on their career. Most students study Music at university but several have taken degrees in other creative areas.
Four GCSEs at grade C or above, including English and a Music/Performing Arts subject or an equivalent Level 2 qualification at grade Merit or above with Functional Skills Maths and English at Level 2 and a good reference.
You will need to demonstrate a keen interest in music and attend an interview and audition.
How to Apply
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