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Music (Level 1) - Full-time

Music Performance01

Course outline

This course is perfect if you’ve just started to play a musical instrument, want to develop your skills as a musician or producer and learn how to develop your skills in a music career. You’ll perform to live audiences, make recordings and beats and get lots of practice and rehearsal time.

You’ll study at our Clarendon centre, which has a great history and reputation for all types of performing arts. You’ll be supported by relevant tutors and be surrounded by creative people from all different backgrounds.

You’ll learn about the music industry, making music, writing and recording songs and use our state of the art technology suites.

You can expect professional musicians as tutors and lots of opportunities to play and record. You also study other skills like Maths, English and ICT.

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Location Date

Location:

Pelham Avenue
Nottingham
NG5 1AL

Date:

Start: 9th September 2019

Course code: C000313 / Q001941

Qualification

UAL Level 1 Diploma in Music, Performing and Production Arts

Duration

1 year

Level Level 1
Entry requirements

You’ll need:

  • 4 GCSEs at Grade 3-1 (D-G), including English Language and Maths at Grade 3-1 (D-G); or
  • A relevant Entry 3 vocational qualification and you will also be asked to sit an Initial Assessment. The initial assessment must show that you are ready to study English and maths at Level 1.
Assessment

The assessment process is based on practical tasks, projects and productions, supported by a record of written evidence.

Progression

Choose to follow with a Level 2 Diploma in Music or Music Technology or into another career using the transferable skills you’ve gained.

Additional information

Students aged 16-18 don't have to pay tuition fees. If you are aged 19 or over, check out our Financial Help page for information on fees and funding!

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