Overview - UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Music
If you live and breathe music, this is the course for you. Studying the University of the Arts London (UAL) Level 3 Extended Diploma in Music will broaden your understanding of a wide range of performance styles, composition, recording and live sound. As you work with teaching staff and industry professionals to develop your creative and performance skills, you will gain an insight into the range of career paths available.
What will I be doing?
This is a highly practical course on which you will learn the skills needed to thrive in the ever-changing modern music industry. As part of your study programme, you will develop your performance skills on your chosen instrument, further your songwriting skills and learn about the technology of both live sound and studio recording. You will study a number of musical genres and be encouraged to develop your own style of performance, through regular formal and informal performance opportunities throughout the year. We encourage our musicians to broaden their musical taste, allowing them to gain practical experience of new styles of performance alongside those areas which interest them most, ranging from 'The History of Popular Music' and 'Music Theory' to 'Marketing and Events Management.'
Our project-based learning approach enables you to develop your music skills through workshops, assignments and projects. You will work alongside students of other disciplines to put on a series of performances (across a range of styles) during the teaching year. You will also benefit from masterclasses, workshops and visits from external professionals, and carry out work experience both internally and externally across the wider performing arts community within Liverpool and beyond.
What will I study?
The UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Music is equivalent to three A-Levels and suitable for progression onto Higher Education. Typical projects will focus on Music Performance Techniques, the Sound and Music Industry, Songwriting Techniques and Music Production. During your studies, you will also develop your interpersonal, critical and decision-making abilities, which will serve you well in future life.
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What could I do next?
How do I apply?
You must complete an application form for September 2019 entry and submit it to us by the closing date of 31 January 2019. We will then call you for an audition, interview and workshop at some point in February or March 2019 - you will be given full guidance as to how to prepare. Offers of places (conditional on achieving a minimum of five GCSEs at grades A*-C/4) will be sent out during April 2019.
If you still have questions, contact Nadeen Kemp, Programme Manager for Music, on 0151 330 3232 or email firstname.lastname@example.org