Ba Hons Music Business

The University will consider applicants holding T level qualifications in subjects closely aligned to the course. Music Business alumni talks to us about his academic career, his PhD and published academic paper. This program was developed and is delivered and assessed by SAE Institute, awarded by and quality assured by University of Hertfordshire. The annual tuition fee is fully funded via Student Finance England for eligible home fee students.

Roles within major record labels and publishers and across the UK’s world-beating independent sector. See the further details offees and potential extra costswhen studying a course at the University of Gloucestershire. “My experience at London Metropolitan University has been a turning point in my career” Dr David Rojas Rodríguez, a Visiting Researcher at the University, completed his International PhD in Music Management with the highest qualification in Spain.

You’ll gain a host of practical skills working within a professional environment relevant to your area of interest, and will develop your employability and transferable skills through the practical application of theoretical knowledge learned during your studies. In Year 1, you’ll be introduced to the full spectrum of music business and entrepreneurship topics. You’ll gain a good grasp of the music industry landscape and structure, while also studying its historical context. Music marketing and promotional strategies will be explored from an entrepreneurial viewpoint, and you’ll create an international live music tour book for an artist. You’ll complete your first year with a strong understanding of what it takes to manage a creative individual, both personally and professionally.

The module examines music industry management structures, the relationships to artists and the negotiation and representation skills required within the music industry. The historic development of the manager’s position within the music industry will also be explored. You will work with current musical artists to redevelop their branding identity. This term mirrors work undertaken by A&R teams in record labels, publishing companies and artist management professionals the world over. Here you will undergo advanced branding and marketing techniques, including digital marketing, photography, website design, fashion and messaging concepts and also building, designing and implementing a brand book for an artist to adhere to.

Moving picture mediums such as Television, Video, Film and Games are commonly matched with sound, but the ability to match the medium, type and style of the moving picture with the right sound is not an easy task. Zero-credit elective modules have no bearing on or requirement in your qualification, they are purely optional. We recommend that students study 2 of these modules, but there is no minimum or maximum stipulation.

This unit aims to introduce students to the theory and practice of consumer behaviour and consumption. You will explore how perceptions, learning, memory, personality, and culture influence consumer behaviour and how consumption changes by cultural and subcultural influences. It will uncover the history of music media from the early works of music criticism up to the present-day landscape of multiple digital channels, social media and individual narratives. The unit explores wearable cultures, alongside the macro and micro landscapes and how this is influencing and impacting the creative industries.

You’ll record your project activity in your Personal and Professional Development Plan, reflecting on how you have developed and changed over the course of your first year and a half at BIMM. Working with your Personal Adviser you will identify objectives, opportunities and actions that will help you stay on the path to success for the second half of your journey towards becoming a Creative Industries Professional. If you’re a music entrepreneur striving to reach your full potential, but you can’t commit to a full-time programme, then the Diploma in Music Business can help turn your passion for music into a career. A Masters at BIMM is the next step if you want to further develop yourself academically, creatively and professionally after your degree.

Students will learn the key negotiation elements of artist management, recording, publishing, touring and merchandising contracts and the different ways in which stakeholders approach the negotiations of these contracts. The various rights organisations and their operating models, both nationally and internationally are also examined along with the collection of copyright and performance royalties, their generation and importance within the framework of the industry. This module evaluates the function of communications and marketing within the music industry.

This module gives practitioners of audio production the opportunity to improve their skills and knowledge of the world’s most favoured Digital Audio Workstation software. In this module, students are shown how to utilise a variety of software, hardware and performance techniques to enhance and improve originality in composition and production. Enable production and performance sessions to run smoothly and professionally through study of this module. This module explores the art of voice presentation within the broadcast and programming industries. Whether you’d like to become a radio presenter or commercial voice artist, learn how to use your voice to maximum effect.

This unit introduces you to the fundamental principles of music business & practices through a global lens. You will identify with how the macro environment affects the music industry sectors and consumer groups and how it operates, introducing you the various market levels and sectors. A five year course, including a foundation year to help develop your creativity before you embark on year one of a degree, and a year on a professional placement gaining valuable industry experience prior to your final year of study. Taught at our Business School for the Creative Industries at UCA Epsom, the course will give you the opportunity to build a professional network in one of the UK’s most successful and competitive creative businesses. London is the centre of the music industry in the UK, Europe and, arguably, the world. And with our impressive array of contacts, you will leave the course with the knowledge, skills and professional network to operate in the music industry in the UK, or beyond.