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Popular Music Performance & Songwriting BMus (Hons)

BIMM Institute

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UCAS CODE: 3C48

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  • Qualification

    Bachelor of Music (with Honours) - BMus (Hon)

  • Location

    BIMM Institute London

  • Study mode

    Full time

  • Start date

    SEP-21

  • Duration

    3 Years

Course summary

**About the course**Perform and compose music with our BMus Popular Music Performance and Songwriting degree. Throughout the course, you’ll learn the necessary skills to have a sustainable and successful career in the music industry of today – and tomorrow.You’ll gain invaluable stage experience as well as build expertise around performing music, creating parts and interpreting songs. You’ll focus on core topics of performance, technique, musicianship, theory and technology. These topics will ensure that you have all the necessary tools to be articulate and expressive in your chosen musical and compositional output.Once you have this foundational knowledge under your belt, you can tailor your course according to your own goals and aspirations via our range of optional modules. Our optional modules allow you to specialise in certain areas that interest you the most. These include creative performance, complementary instrument skills, global music styles, technology, writing for media, recording, teaching, and research. By the time you graduate, you’ll have a broad portfolio of skills to succeed in whichever career you choose.Day to day learning will take place in large live rooms, smaller studio settings and in lecture-based classrooms. You’ll also have the chance to collaborate with other aspiring industry professionals. These collaborations are possible because of our flourishing BIMM community that brings together talented students from all areas of the music industry.Our lecturers – all of whom are still active in the music industry – will guide you through your studies. No matter which route you choose, you’ll always be supported to reach your goals, both personally and professionally.So, what are you waiting for? Combine your passion for music performance and songwriting today for a fulfilling music industry career in the future.**The BIMM Graduate**We make sure that when you graduate, your attributes and skills mirror the employment and creative needs of the music industry – both today and in the future.We aim to equip BIMM graduates with the following qualities, so they have a long lasting career.- Employable and Entrepreneurial - Creative, Collaborative and Connected- Resilient and adaptable - Globally Aware- Professional- Intellectually Curious- Self-aware**This course is approved and awarded by BIMM Institute**

Application deadline

15 January

Tuition fees

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£ 13,750per year

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BIMM Institute

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    BIMM, 38-42 Brunswick Street West, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 1EL, England

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