The Music Department has outstanding studio facilities, and its students have high progression rates to Higher-level music programmes at UCA, Kingston University, BIMM, London Metropolitan and many more.Print Share Department Information
Want to work in the music industry? Would you like to be a live performer, sound engineer, beats producer, DJ or record label owner? Nescot have a selection of courses to help you achieve your dreams. On the Level 3 Music Technology course you will be taught by lecturers with deep music business experience, a wealth of hands on knowledge and wide-ranging contacts within the industry.
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WHAT TO EXPECT…
Fees for 2022/23: £3,520
A range of visits will be arranged and will cost in total for the year about £460.
4 GCSE’s at Grade 4 or above including English.
A Level 2 Diploma (Merit) with a satisfactory reference for attitude, behavior, attendance and punctuality.
Following your interview you will also be required to submit:
You may want to progress to a specialist Level 3 Extended Diploma in Music or Media if you get Merit grade at the end of this qualification. Alternatively, you may progress into work, such as in music shops, or seek work as a music performer, session player, or in the recording industry.
Potential career routes in the Music industry:
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Last updated - 02/11/2021