Why choose Herts?
- Employment Prospects: Graduates work as audio engineers and composers for companies such as Channel 4, Apple, and Air Studios.
- Strong Industry Connections: We provide extensive networking activities with our industry partners that include BAFTA, Sony, and Splash Damage Videogame Company.
- Teaching Excellence: Delivered by Bruce Aisher, a music producer, songwriter, composer, remixer, sound designer and technology journalist with featured work in over 100 commercially released tracks (including a US Billboard Club Chart No.1) and on TV programmes such as ‘CSI’ and 'Top Gear', and products by Apple, Clavia, and Native Instruments.
Creative Economies; Research and Enquiry; Audio Production and Design; Studio Technologies, Processes and Practices; Creative Music Production; Music and Sound Project. Optional Modules: Research and Enquiry (Online); Creative Economies (Online)
A good (1st, 2.1 or 2.2) BMus/BSc/BA in Music / Music Technology (or equivalent qualification), or 5 years professional industry experience at the discretion of the admissions or programme tutor. Evidence of solid compositional work with technology prior to undertaking the course is required (determined by the submission of a small portfolio of original compositions with the student’s application). All international students are required to demonstrate suitable levels of English language competence. This can be through previous study in English, but we often require specific performance in English tests. All undergraduates must be able to prove a minimum of IELTS 6.5 with at least 5.5 in every component or equivalent.
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