Music

  • W300

    Music (BA)

    schedule3 years full time

    calendar_todaySeptember 2024

    The University welcomes applicants with a broad range of international qualifications, including

    • Canada 
      Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) 65% from 6 grade 12 U, U/C or M courses or British Columbia Certificate of Graduation BCCCC from 5 grade 12 courses. We also accept High School Diploma from other provinces. All applicants will need evidence of high level Music (or see note below)
    • French Baccalauréat 
      At least 11 overall, including 12/20 in Music (or see note below).
    • Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination
      443, with 4 in English and 4 in Music (or see note below)
    • India Standard XII
      Overall average of at least 70% including 70% in Music (or see note below)
    • International Baccalaureate Diploma
      At least 28 points overall, including Higher Level grade 5 in Music (or see note below)
    • Recognised International Foundation Years
      An overall average of at least 60% and with 60% in Music (or see note below)
    • USA 
      High School Graduation Diploma and three APs with at least 433 with a 4 in Music (or see note below)

    Note: if you do not have Music as part of your academic qualifications, successful applicants may have other evidence of advanced musical accomplishment (for example, a pass in grade 7 theory, or a grade 7 instrumental/vocal pass from a certified exam board such as ABRSM, Rockschool or others recognised by Ofqual, or equivalent professional music experience).

    All successful applicants whose first language is not English will need evidence of English language ability. Please see evidence of English language ability.

    Please be aware that for all international qualifications, evidence of academic studies to a high level with good results in areas relevant to the degree subject are essential for consideration. All applications will be dealt with on an individual basis.

    View full course information

    Speak to our Admissions team on +44 (0)1273 007820.

  • W351

    Music Technology (BA)

    schedule3 years full time

    calendar_todaySeptember 2024

    The University welcomes applicants with a broad range of international qualifications, including:

    • Canada 
      Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) 65% from 6 grade 12 U, U/C or M courses or British Columbia Certificate of Graduation BCCCC from 5 grade 12 courses. We also accept High School Diploma from other provinces. All applicants will need evidence of high level Music (or see note below)
    • French Baccalauréat 
      At least 11 overall, including 12/20 in Music (or see note below).
    • Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination
      443, with 4 in English and 4 in Music (or see note below)
    • India Standard XII
      Overall average of at least 70% including 70% in Music (or see note below)
    • International Baccalaureate Diploma
      At least 28 points overall, including Higher Level grade 5 in Music (or see note below)
    • Recognised International Foundation Years
      An overall average of at least 60% and with 60% in Music (or see note below)
    • USA 
      High School Graduation Diploma and three APs with at least 433 with a 4 in Music (or see note below)

    Note: if you do not have Music as part of your academic qualifications, successful applicants may have other evidence of advanced musical accomplishment (for example, a pass in grade 7 theory, or a grade 7 instrumental/vocal pass from a certified exam board such as ABRSM, Rockschool or others recognised by Ofqual, or equivalent professional music experience).

    All successful applicants whose first language is not English will need evidence of English language ability. Please see evidence of English language ability.

    Please be aware that for all international qualifications, evidence of academic studies to a high level with good results in areas relevant to the degree subject are essential for consideration. All applications will be dealt with on an individual basis.

    View full course information

    Speak to our Admissions team on +44 (0)1273 007820.