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BA (Hons) - Music Business Degree

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BA (Hons) - Music Business Degree

Accelerated 2-year degree
Birmingham 

This new BA (Hons) Music Business degree provides students with the key skills required for a management career in the music industry.

Students work on projects which provide hands-on experience of creating and building music industry ventures. In these projects they are guided and mentored by working professionals. The programme recognises the effect of new technologies on the creative industries and encourages students to use technology to develop their business ideas.

 

The degree is designed to equip learners with the skills required to operate across a range of freelance music opportunities with a focus on music business. Students will need to appreciate the development of their own skills and how to exploit them in order to reach their potential market. They will have to expand their ability to contextualise, to think critically and to apply theories, to allow them to develop as individuals.

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Grade 1 training for international students
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Access to Music Birmingham is located at Heath Mill Studios in the heart of the city’s creative quarter in Digbeth. The college caters for music students from across the West Midlands.


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BA (Hons) - Music Business Degree

Accelerated 2-year degree
Birmingham 

This new BA (Hons) Music Business degree provides students with the key skills required for a management career in the music industry.

Students work on projects which provide hands-on experience of creating and building music industry ventures. In these projects they are guided and mentored by working professionals. The programme recognises the effect of new technologies on the creative industries and encourages students to use technology to develop their business ideas.

 

The degree is designed to equip learners with the skills required to operate across a range of freelance music opportunities with a focus on music business. Students will need to appreciate the development of their own skills and how to exploit them in order to reach their potential market. They will have to expand their ability to contextualise, to think critically and to apply theories, to allow them to develop as individuals.

Areas of Study Programme Aims & Content Course Delivery Progression Entry Requirements Support while at University Fees Grade 1 training for international students