Studying Music in the UK will allow you to focus on a wide range of musical genres alongside theoretical and practical modules. Students will develop their creative, teamwork, communication and performance skills in seminars, lectures and practical sessions, while modules focus on specific periods of music and genres, composition, performance and collaborative practice. You will be able to customise your study plans and focus on what you are interested in after year one, and many teachers are industry professionals with years of musical experience.
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The UK has a famous musical past with exports such as The Beatles, The Who and David Bowie famous all over the world and its cultural and diverse history makes it a great place to study for an international student.
Music graduates who specialise in performance may pursue careers as recording artists or session musicians. There are also employment opportunities in specialist fields such as technicians, sound engineers and producers, many of whom work freelance.
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Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
To learn more about the best Music courses in the UK, find details on the top ten ranking Music universities in the Guardian University Guide 2023 below:
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