Sound is an area of growing social, cultural and environmental importance, yet it is often overlooked and underappreciated in our overwhelmingly visual, screen-based society. It has great emotional power for communication through storytelling, music, and more subtle and evocative forms. This master's programme focuses upon the whole spectrum of sound as a social phenomenon in theory and practice, from listening, generating and recording to its potential for transforming our experiences, environments, lives and cultures.
We normally require an undergraduate 2.1. However, we also consider candidates with relevant experience and aim to interview all applicants.
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£7800||Whole course|
|Channel Islands||£7800||Whole course|